Homecoming

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Homecoming king and queen crowned after 2009 court introduced

Western Carolina University crowned Brittany Gleaves, a senior secondary chemistry education major from Fayetteville, as queen and Nick Frenette, a junior business law major from Winston-Salem, as king of the 2009 Homecoming Court during halftime activities at WCU’s football game against the The Citadel on Saturday, Oct. 17.
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Homecoming king and queen crowned after 2009 court introduced

Western Carolina University crowned Brittany Gleaves, a senior secondary chemistry education major from Fayetteville, as queen and Nick Frenette, a junior business law major from Winston-Salem, as king of the 2009 Homecoming Court during halftime activities at WCU’s football game against the The Citadel on Saturday, Oct. 17.
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WCU announces 2009 Homecoming Court

Five women and five men have been selected for Western Carolina University’s 2009 Homecoming Court. The court will be presented and the king and queen crowned during halftime activities at WCU’s football game against The Citadel on Saturday, Oct. 17. The king and queen will be chosen through campuswide election to be held Oct. 14-15.
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Homecoming queen and king crowned at WCU

Western Carolina University crowned Ramona Dowdell, a senior from Mebane, the queen and Joshua David Thompson, a senior from Lincolnton, the king of the 2007 Homecoming Court during halftime activities at Western’s football game against The Citadel on Saturday, Oct. 20.
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WCU invites community to Homecoming celebration

Western Carolina University’s 2007 Homecoming theme is “Heritage: A Catamount Never Forgets,” and the planning committee has lined up new and traditional events from community service to fireworks to create a celebration worth remembering.