Chloe Cox was crowned the 2014 Arkansas Tech University Homecoming queen by President Robin E. Bowen on Saturday during halftime at Thone Stadium at Buerkle Field.
Cox said she was honored to represent Tech as homecoming queen.
“I am extremely honored to be named homecoming queen for Arkansas Tech University, Cox said. “They have provided me with so many opportunities, and I have had nothing but great memories from attending this university. Arkansas Tech is my home, and it is definitely where I belong.”
Cox, a senior business education major from North Little Rock, was voted queen by the Tech student body. Cox is the president Delta Zeta and active in Student Government Association (SGA), Order of Omega, Student Alumni Association, Presidential Leadership Cabinet, Pacesetters Committee and the College of Business Dean’s Leadership Class.
Casey, a senior business data analytics major from Deer, is the president of Enactus and involved in the Pacesetters Committee, the College of Business Dean’s Leadership Class and Beta Gamma Sigma.
Frazier, a senior management and marketing major from Danville, is the president of SGA and is active in Zeta Tau Alpha, College Panhellenic Council, Order of Omega, Young Democrats, Active Minds, Pacesetters Committee, Student Alumni Association and the College of Business Dean’s Leadership Class.
Squires, a senior nursing major from Sherwood, is a member of the Diamond Dolls, Zeta Tau Alpha, Student Nurses Association and intramural sports. She is also a former member of the Arkansas Tech Golden Girls.
Smith, a junior rehabilitation science major from Dover, is the president of the Arkansas Tech TRIO Alumni Society and is active in Delta Zeta, Behavioral Sciences Club and Be the Match Organization. She has also served as an Upward Bound counselor.