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Abigail Cutlip
Homecoming royalty was announced after the 2023 Unity Walk.

The 2023 Homecoming court was announced after the Unity Walk on Monday, Sep. 25, at the Memorial Student Center.

The Homecoming royalty includes Ashley Bohm (Alpha Xi Delta), Brea Belville (the Financial Management Association and the Student Government Association), Chibby Obinnakwelu (Black United Students), Emily Shannon (Delta Zeta), Griffin Wagoner (Alpha Sigma Phi and Marshall’s Criminal Justice Association), Nathaniel Kumar (Alpha Tau Omega), Semoni Weaver (the Residence Hall Association) and Sydney Moore (the Marching Thunder).

Student Body President Walker Tatum explained the factors that went into the Homecoming Court selection.

“We always like to remind you all—especially this year—that this is not a popularity contest,” Tatum said. “Forty percent of what went toward these candidates was their votes. Sixty percent is merit-based—so based off their resume, their interviews and their platform.”

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