Graham Zimmerman and Tracey Edouard were crowned as this year's Homecoming King and Queen at Friday night's Penn State Homecoming Pep Rally.
Homecoming court voting was open throughout this past week, and preparation for this Homecoming weekend has gone on for months.
Tracey Edouard (senior-public relations and advertising), now crowned Penn State's Homecoming Queen, did not even know of Penn State's existence before her arrival at Happy Valley.
An active member on campus, Edouard is the female host of the Penn State SAFE program, which is a mandatory online learning module incoming freshman must complete before the beginning of the fall semester. Edouard, a violinist for over 12 years, plays on the campus orchestra. She also is the leader of the women's volleyball student section, and a member of the Game Day Squad.
Graham Zimmerman (senior-mechanical engineering), now crowned Penn State's Homecoming King, knew he was bound to go to Penn State the moment he stepped foot onto Beaver Stadium. Zimmerman also has family ties to the university with both of his parents being Penn State alums.
Zimmerman is also very involved on many different aspects of campus life from participating in the Penn State Glee Club, to being a resident assistant. He is also is the treasurer of Blue in the Face, a Penn State a cappella group, that was asked to sing at the candlelight vigil last year. Zimmerman has also worked at the Berkey Creamery for four years.
See Monday's issue of The Daily Collegian for more information.