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DWU Announces Homecoming Royalty
DWU Announces Homecoming Royalty

Dakota Wesleyan University crowned its 2013 homecoming king and queen Sunday during coronation.  This year’s king and queen are Jedd Schlicht of Woonsocket and Natalie Munger of Kimball.  Schlict is a biology major and chemistry minor.  Munger is a graphic design major and Web design minor.  Coronation was held in the Sherman Center on Sunday night and was the kickoff event for homecoming week.  The homecoming pep rally will be at 9 pm Friday at the Christen Family Recreation/Wellness Center on campus.  The parade begins at 10:30 am Saturday on Main Street followed by tailgating and the football game, DWU vs. Hastings College at Joe Quintal Field.

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