Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Will Armentrout and Lexie Elliott were crowned Westminster College Homecoming king and queen during the halftime festivities Oct. 9.
Armentrout, a junior physics major, is a son of Jan and Mary Jane Armentrout of Ford City and a graduate of Ford City High School. The independent men's candidate is involved in the All-College Honors program and its honor society, Omicron Sigma Kappa. He serves as president of the Society of Physics Students, physics tutor in the Learning Center, chaplain for Student Government Association, treasurer of College Republicans, and president of Concert Choir. His other activities include ResLife, Theatre Westminster, Handbell Choir, Men's Choir, and Chamber Singers.
Elliott, a junior sociology major, is a daughter of Kenneth and Christine Elliott of Sarver and a graduate of Knoch High School. The Zeta Tau Alpha candidate serves as senior Panhellenic delegate of her sorority, secretary of Red Cross Club and Lambda Sigma honor society, and treasurer of the Sociology Interest Group. Additional activities include Titan cheerleader, Student Government Association, Dance Theatre, Gospel Choir, Dance Team, Campus Programming Committee, Student Alumni Association, Student Westminster Admissions Team, Colleges Against Cancer, and Fresh Start.
Winning the top spot in the "Return for the Magic" Homecoming parade was Zeta Tau Alpha's "The Little Mermaid." Sigma Kappa's "Beauty and the Beast" placed second and Alpha Gamma Delta's "Alice in Wonderland" took third place.
Contact Mary Cooley James, a 1984 Westminster graduate and director of alumni relations, at (724) 946-7363 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more Homecoming information.
About Westminster College...
Founded in 1852 and related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Westminster College is a top tier liberal arts college, a national leader in graduation rate performance, and a "Great School, Great Price," according to U.S. News Best Colleges guide. Westminster ranked 38th among liberal arts colleges, according to the Washington Monthly College Guide, and is one of the most affordable national liberal arts colleges in Pennsylvania. Westminster is also honored as one of "The Best 373 Colleges" and "Best in the Northeast" by The Princeton Review, and is named to the President's Honor Roll for excellence in service learning.
Nearly 1,600 undergraduate and graduate students benefit from individualized attention from dedicated faculty while choosing from 41 majors and nearly 100 organizations on the New Wilmington, Pa., campus. Visit www.westminster.edu/advantage to view "Advantage: Westminster" A Strategic Plan 2010-2020.