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11/13/2012

Kambrell Garvin and Colleen Rice Crowned as Winthrop Royalty

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 Fellow students voted online for Kambrell Garvin and Colleen Rice as Homecoming King and Queen for Winthrop’s Homecoming Fall 2012.
 The two accepted their crowns Saturday, Nov. 10, during halftime of the men’s basketball game where the Eagles defeated St. Andrews 80-48 in Coach Pat Kelsey’s first game coaching.

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Kambrell Garvin and Colleen Rice
ROCK HILL, S.C. – Two senior political science majors took honors as Homecoming King and Queen during the men’s basketball game on Nov. 10.

Fellow students voted online for Kambrell Garvin and Colleen Rice as Homecoming King and Queen for Winthrop’s Homecoming Fall 2012. The two accepted their crowns Saturday, Nov. 10, during halftime of the men’s basketball game where the Eagles defeated St. Andrews 80-48 in Coach Pat Kelsey’s first game coaching.

Garvin is now in his second term as Council of Student Leader president. As the student body president, he serves as the student representative to the Winthrop University Board of Trustees and is a member of the 10th Presidential Search and Selection Committee.

The Columbia, S.C., native is minoring in sociology and African American studies. He has volunteered with Project Rebound and the Boys and Girls Club of Rock Hill; is a member of Alpha Delta Lambda Academic Honor Society, the Order of Omega Honor Society and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; and has worked as a peer mentor.

He plans to enroll in law school and hopes to improve the world through a career of public service.

Rice, who hails from the San Francisco Bay area, Calif., is a double major in music and political science.

A Chi Omega sorority member, she will pursue a master’s degree in higher education administration/ student affairs after her May graduation. She hopes to become a director of orientation at a university.

“My passion is working with students and inspiring them to succeed in all aspects of life. I'd like to improve the world one student at a time,” Rice said.

For more information, contact Student Affairs at 803/323-2248.

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