ACU announces Homecoming contest winners
For immediate release
Oct. 22, 2001
Abilene Christian University painted the town purple once again during Homecoming 2001 with several competitions, such as a building decorating contest, a parade float competition, and the competition for this year's Homecoming queen.
Shacie Rogers, senior integrated marketing communication major from Amarillo, was named Homecoming Queen for 2001.
Rogers has served as president of Delta Theta women's social club, a member of the Homecoming Steering Committee and a member of Integrated Marketing Communication Organization. She has also participated in Spring Break Campaigns and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society.
Saturday's parade included a competition for best women's social club float, best men's social club float, best float from other organizations, best overall float, and best use of purple.
The women of GATA won the women's social club category; the men of Gamma Sigma Phi won the men's social club category; Hispanos Unidos won in the category of other organizations; the women of GATA won for best overall float; and the women of Sigma Theta Chi won for best use of purple.
Throughout the week, buildings on campus decorated for Homecoming and were judged Friday in three categories: best academic building, best men's residence hall, best women's residence hall.
Zona Luce and Gibson Gymnasium tied for first place in this year's contest for best academic building decorations. Gardner Hall won first in the women's residence hall category, and Mabee Hall won first in the men's residence hall category.
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Last update: Oct. 22, 2001