Georgetown Senior Named Homecoming Queen

Nov. 9, 2000

by Colin M. Witt

Kristin J. Hopkins, a senior university scholars major from Georgetown, Texas, was crowned 2000 Homecoming Queen at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, during Pigskin Revue.

Hopkins was nominated by Mortar Board, a national honor society that recognizes seniors for achievements in scholarship, leadership and service.

Joining Hopkins on the Homecoming Court are: Camaron Chai, a junior accounting major from Houston, nominated by Chi's Women's Service Organization; Emily P. Johnson, a senior speech pathology major from Dallas, nominated by Sigma Chi fraternity; Ashley A. Walker, a senior real estate major from Southlake, Texas, nominated by Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority; and Sarah E. Walne, a senior finance major from Dallas, nominated by Pi Beta Phi sorority.

Hopkins is a member of the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa honor society, as well as Golden Key Natinal Honor Society, Student Foundation, and Pi Beta Phi sorority. She is co-president for Mortar Board this year, and has worked as a tutor in the athletic department.

The Queen and her court will participate in one of the nation's oldest and largest collegiate homecoming parades Saturday, Nov. 11, and will be presented again Saturday afternoon during halftime of the football game between Baylor and the University of Missouri at Floyd Casey Stadium.

For more information about Homecoming at Baylor, visit the Homecoming Web site at

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