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Homecoming King Nominees

By Andrew Kutzer

Reginald Coleman

What is your year and major?

“My name is Reginald “Reggie” Coleman. I am a secondary education, English major. In the class of 2016.”

Can you provide information about yourself? (Club involvement, background, studies and interests)

capture.PNG“I am a first generation college student from North Philadelphia. I am also heavily involved on and off campus and also during spring break. My involvement includes Kutztown University Presidential Ambassadors, National Residence Hall Honorary (representing the top 1% of leaders around KU’s campus,) and Association of Campus Events. I am also a Brother of Phi Sigma Pi. During spring break, I dedicate my time doing volunteer work with Alternative Spring Break-along with Habitat for Humanity.”

What made you decide to run for Homecoming King/Queen?

“My involvement and strong support system inspired me to run for Homecoming King. I also wanted to run last year but was afraid to. This time around, I’m turning that fear into motivation.”

What made you choose to attend Kutztown University?

“I am an Education Major and Kutztown’s history is based on Education. I also fell in love with this beautiful campus and the people; KU is not too far from home and affordable. It’s the perfect match.”

Tyrell Bradshaw

What is your year and major?

“I am a senior majoring in leisure and sports studies with a minor in coaching.”

Can you provide information about yourself? (Club involvement, background, studies and interests)

Capture2.PNG“I am involved in the sport leisure and athletic management club, [I am the] vice president of my hall council in Golden Bear Village South, a member of Avalanche Patrol and vice president of KU Krew. I create events and host half time and time-out games for KU men’s and women’s basketball, I’m a desk receptionist at Golden Bear Village South and graduated from Stroudsburg High School class of 2012. My interests or goals are to become an Athletic Director at the Division 1 college level or to coach basketball at the Division 1 college level.”

What made you decide to run for Homecoming King/Queen?

“I ran for king because it is my last year at KU and I figured why not take a chance and go for it.”

What made you choose to attend Kutztown University?

“I chose KU because it reminded me of home. Where I live at home is very quiet and a lot of farm land and I love that peaceful atmosphere and I researched my major and this school is a great place to get your sports degree which was another reason on why I came to KU.”

Jacob Simms

What is your year and major?

“I am a senior majoring in communication studies with minors in public relations, professional writing, and new media & digital communication. I also currently hold positions on campus working for University Relations and the Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASA).”

Can you provide information about yourself? (Club involvement, background, studies and interests)

“I am 21 years old, from Lancaster, Pa. I am in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity here on campus where I am currently the scholarship chairman. Last year I also planned and organized our annual philanthropy event, the Boxer Trot, where we raised over $800 for the children’s hospital of Philadelphia. After graduation, I am eager to travel and experience as much of the world and it’s cultures as much as possible.”

What made you decide to run for Homecoming King/Queen?
“Ever since joining SAE when I was a freshman, homecoming has always been one of the best weekends to look forward to as we always have a brother run for king. It has become a tradition in a sense that I want to keep moving forward.”

What made you choose to attend Kutztown University?

“I chose Kutztown for a variety of reasons. Kutztown is only about an hour away from Lancaster, so the location played a big role in my decision to come here. It was just close enough for me to be able to go home if I need to but just far enough away that I could feel independent. Beside the beauty of the campus, the size of the student body really sold me on the school. It’s just big enough where there is many opportunities to get involved and wander outside your comfort zones, but yet small enough where I am not just another number in the crowd and I can have a personal connection with my professors to better my education.”

Tony Williams

What is your year and major?

“I’m a senior clinical psychology major.”

Can you provide information about yourself? (Club involvement, background, studies and interests)

Since I’ve been at KU, I’ve worked for Housing & Residence Life for four years as a Community Assistant and a Desk Receptionist in Bonner Hall. I was also a KU cheerleader from fall 2014 – spring 2016. I’m currently the Membership Chair for KU Presidential capture3.PNGAmbassadors and a member of the Social Diversity Chair for the Association of Campus Events (ACE). In my free time, I love reading fashion blogs, dancing, laughing and helping others.

What made you decide to run for Homecoming King/Queen?

“I decided to run for Homecoming King to show people that college is the time for you to be bold and find out who you really are. Everyone that you meet knows something that you don’t know and can do something that you can’t do. Overall, I’d like to show people that college is the time to try everything without regrets! Win or lose, these are the memories I’ll never forget.”

What made you choose to attend Kutztown University?

“I decided to attend KU because, as cliché as it sounds, upon arrival, everyone made me feel like this was the place for me. I was scared to go to a large school and KU was the perfect fit for me. Everyone here is so friendly and the opportunities here are endless.”

Other students nominated for Homecoming King are:

Ryan Bolesta

Daniel Pepe

Jacob Zimmers

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