Junior Molly Gibson of Atkins was crowned Arkansas Tech University Homecoming queen 2013 during a pre-game ceremony at Thone Stadium at Buerkle Field Saturday.
Gibson has a double major in accounting and management and marketing. Sigma Phi Epsilon nominated her for homecoming court. She holds membership in Zeta Tau Alpha, Student Government Association, Presidential Leadership Cabinet and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She is the daughter of Lisa and Howard Gibson.
Joining Gibson on the 2013 Arkansas Tech University homecoming court were seniors Annabeth Collier of Charleston, BreAnne Dahlke of Van Buren, Jessica Ferguson of Fort Smith and Claire Hodgson of Russellville.
Collier is majoring in business education. She was nominated for homecoming court by the Diamond Dolls, a student organization she helped found and for which she serves as president. Collier is also a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Student Alumni Association, the Presidential Leadership Cabinet and Delta Zeta. Her parents are Anita and Terry Collier.
Dahlke is a middle level education major who was nominated for homecoming court by Sigma Pi. She holds membership in Delta Zeta, Order of Omega and the Collegiate Middle Level Association. She is the daughter of Kym Pope and Doin Dahlke.
Ferguson was nominated for homecoming court by Order of Omega. She is majoring in English education and is president of Phi Mu. Ferguson is also a member of Order of Omega, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Student Alumni Association. She was selected Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Her parents are Oretha and Jim Ferguson.
Hodgson was nominated for homecoming court by Alpha Sigma Tau. She is majoring in psychology and sociology. Hodgson is president of the Campus Environmental Coalition and is involved with the Student Government Association, Psi Chi and Alpha Sigma Tau. Her parents are Cathy Baker and Mario Hodgson.