Kansas City Senior Named Homecoming Queen
Jennifer Terrell, a senior university scholars major from Kansas City, Mo., was crowned 2001 Homecoming Queen at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, during Pigskin Revue.
Terrell was nominated by Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
Joining Terrell on the Homecoming Court are: Ginger Fielder-Hanchey, a senior professional writing major from Dayton, nominated by Mortar Board honor society; Beenish Khwaja, a junior management major from Mexico, Mo., nominated by Chi's Women's Service Organization; Holly Simmons, a senior pre-medical biology major from Hamilton, nominated by the senior class; and Molly Wiggins, a senior biology major from Leawood, Kan., nominated by Chi Omega sorority.
Terrell is Baylor's student body external vice president. She is a member of Lambda Pi Eta National Communications Honor Society, Baylor Honor Council, and Zeta Tau Alpha. A 4.0 student, she is the recipient of the Baylor Provost Scholarship. Terrell also is involved in the College Council Steering Committee with Waco City Manager Kathy Rice and has been a Baylor Beauty, Resident Assistant, Baylor Baseball Diamond Girl, and a Welcome Week min-con leader.
The Queen and her court will participate in one of the nation's oldest and largest collegiate homecoming parades Saturday, Oct. 27, and will be presented again Saturday afternoon during halftime of the football game between Baylor and Texas Tech University at Floyd Casey Stadium.
For more information about Homecoming at Baylor, visit the Homecoming Web site at http://www.bayloralumni.com/homecoming/ .