After all the ballotts had been counted, the king and queen of Washburn University’s Homecoming celebration were revealed during halftime at Saturday’s football game against Pittsburgh State.
Nicole Perkuhn of Topeka, nominated by Washburn Sales and Marketing Executives, was voted Homecoming queen.
She is a senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree in marketing and an associate’s degree in physical therapist assistant and plans to work in sports marketing or orthopedics. Her parents are Tom and Karen Perkuhn.
Angel Romero of Junction City, Kan., nominated by Mortar Board senior honor society, was voted Homecoming king.
Romero is a senior majoring in political science and plans to pursue a law degree and a career in advocacy law, working with not-for-profit organizations. His parents are Angel and Linda Romero, Topeka.