Northwood Names Jeremy Altman Homecoming King, Courtney Carr and Rachel Church Tie for Queen

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The 2012 Homecoming celebration was sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA).
Northwood University Homecoming King and Queens (l to r) Rachel Church, Jeremy Altman and Courtney Carr.

Northwood University Homecoming King and Queens (l to r) Rachel Church, Jeremy Altman and Courtney Carr.

October 11, 2012

MIDLAND, MI – On Saturday, October 6, during the football halftime show Jeremy Altman was named as this year’s homecoming king and, for the first time ever, Northwood University had a tie in the race for homecoming queen, the winners being Courtney Carr and Rachel Church. The 2012 Homecoming celebration was sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA).

Jeremy Altman is a senior from Bloomfield Hills and was sponsored by the men’s football team. Courtney Carr is a junior from Grand Blanc and was sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Rachel Church is a DeVos Graduate School student from Midland and was sponsored by the Student Athlete Advisor Committee.

Candidates for Homecoming were nominated by their organizations during the month of September. The candidates were required to have a sponsor and be a full-time student on the Michigan Campus.

Homecoming candidates for King were: Michael Ciesielski, a sophomore from Macomb representing the Ski Club; Ryan Cole, a sophomore from Bogart, GA, representing Intercultural Club; Austin Curtis, a freshman from West Branch, representing Emerging Leaders; Wessley Denny, a junior from Lapeer, representing Circle K; Jordan Filipowski, a sophomore from Milford, representing Kappa Sigma fraternity; Harry Flotemersch, a freshman from Goodrich, representing Student Honors Association; Victor George, a senior from Linden, representing Phi Delta Theta fraternity; Nicholas Haddad, a senior from Clinton Township, representing Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity; Jacob Melichar, a sophomore from Traverse City, representing the Music Society and Pep Band; Dante Murchison, a senior from Lansing, representing Entertainment, Sport & Promotion Management Association; Nathan Nelson, a sophomore from Bay City, representing Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity; Jacob Petzold, a freshman from Millington, representing Alpha Chi Rho fraternity; Jay Potter, a sophomore from Petoskey, representing DECA; and Jordan Turner, a senior from Signal Mountain, TN, representing the Student Athlete Advisor Committee.

Homecoming queen candidates were: Emily Bagwell, a freshman from Plymouth, representing Student Honors Association; Emily Browne, a junior from Midland, representing the cheerleading team; Ipsita Chakaborty, a senior from India, representing the 2012 Auto Show captains; Alexis Goodwin, a sophomore from Waterford, representing Northwood University Hospitality Enterprise (NUHE); Cherell Granger, a freshman from Gaylord, representing Emerging Leaders; Hannah Hayes, a freshman from Frankenmuth, representing DECA; Myisha Ishmel, a junior from Detroit, representing Iota Phi Theta sorority; Angela Janssen, a sophomore from Cass City, representing Circle K; Amy Kaltz, a sophomore from Dryden, representing Intercultural Club (ICON); Miranda Kennedy, a freshman from Unionville, representing the Music Society and Pep Band; Amanda LoSardo, a junior from Clinton Township, representing Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity; Laura Thomaswick, a senior from Toledo, OH, representing Alpha Gamma Delta sorority; and Aley Wormet, a senior from Hickory Corners, representing Delta Zeta sorority.

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Northwood University is committed to the most personal attention to prepare students for success in their careers and in their communities; it promotes critical thinking skills, personal effectiveness, and the importance of ethics, individual freedom and responsibility.

Private, nonprofit, and accredited, Northwood University specializes in managerial and entrepreneurial education at three full-service, residential campuses located in southern Florida, mid-Michigan and northern Texas. Adult Degree Programs are available in eight states with many course delivery options including an online option. The DeVos Graduate School offers day, evening and weekend programming in Michigan, Texas, Florida and Switzerland. The Alden B. Dow Center for Creativity and Enterprise in Midland, Michigan, specializes in creative thinking and innovation development. International education is offered through study abroad and in Program Centers in Switzerland, China, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.