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UW-Eau Claire Students Select 2005 Homecoming Royalty

RELEASED: Oct. 19, 2005

Stephen Mascitti and Chelsea Dammen
2005 UW-Eau Claire Homecoming King Stephen Mascitti and Queen Chelsea Dammen ride in the Oct. 15 Homecoming parade. (Photo by Rick Mickelson, LTS)

EAU CLAIRE — Stephen Mascitti, Elm Grove, and Chelsea Dammen, Eden Prairie, Minn., were elected 2005 Homecoming king and queen at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Mascitti, a senior marketing major, represented The Singing Statesmen.

Dammen, a fourth year public relations major, represented Women's Concert Chorale.

Members of the 2005 Homecoming court were as follows:

Laura Baartman, Rochester, Minn., a junior nursing/psychology major, represented Sigma Sigma Sigma.

Jerry Ejuwa, Eagan, Minn., a junior biology major, represented Phi Sigma Phi.

Jessica Janiuk, Delafield, a senior communication major, represented TV 10.

Cat Letto, Green Bay, a sophomore communication major, represented the UW-Eau Claire Women's Rugby team.

Dave Parker, Spring Valley, Minn., a fifth year psychology/Spanish major, represented the Campus Ambassadors.

Matthew Pope, Chippewa Falls, a senior criminal justice major, represented the UW-Eau Claire Men's Rugby Team.

Andy Rohloff, New Berlin, a fifth year psychology/organizational communication major, represented students who love Andy Rohloff.

Pakou Vang, Milwaukee, a sophomore communication science disorders major, represented Oak Ridge Residence Hall.

The following students were candidates for the 2005 Homecoming court:

Sadra Christianson, Eau Claire, a senior elementary education major, was the Towers Hall Council representative.

Brian Duren, Austin, Minn., a fifth year accounting major, was the Beta Upsilon Sigma representative.

Avril Flaten, Eau Claire, a senior religious studies major, was the Student Senate representative.

Elizabeth Fromm, Hamburg, a sophomore, was the Putnam Hall representative.

Tara Gillaspie, East Troy, a senior elementary education major, was the Governors Hall representative.

Alex Gutowski, Wausau, a junior physics/mathematics major, was the Plaza Inn representative.

Stephen Kelley, Platteville, a sophomore broadcasting journalism major, was the Delta Sigma Phi representative.

Gina Livingston, Grafton, a junior special education major, was the Bridgman Hall representative.

Casey Mc Partlan, Bloomington, Minn., a senior marketing/business communication major, was the Sutherland Hall representative.

Tony Schultz, Apple Valley, Minn., a sophomore social studies/history major, was the Pan-Hellenic Council representative.

Elizabeth Stock, Baraboo, a senior marketing major, was the American Marketing Association student chapter representative.

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