CSU-Pueblo crowns Mr. and Ms. CSU–Pueblo during Homecoming


Amanda Cristelli of Canon City and Orlando White of Pueblo earned sashes and the coveted Wolf Head crowns as the recipients of the Mr. and Ms. CSU-Pueblo during 2007 Homecoming activities at Colorado State University-Pueblo, Oct. 8-13. Cristelli and White were crowned at the Swing Dance on Oct. 11 in the Occhiato University Center Ballroom.

The two were chosen by a selection committee from more than 20 nominations based on a review of applications and answers given during a personal interview. Nominees must be at least in their second year at CSU-Pueblo, involved in extracurricular activities with at least a 2.5 grade point average, possess strong school spirit, and belong to a CSU-Pueblo Club or organization.

A junior political science major, Cristelli is vice president of Associated Students Government and recently returned from a national student leadership conference in Washington, D.C. President of political science club, and involved with Experiential Learning Center.

White is a mass communications graduate and pursuing his MBA, who is involved in the Office of Student Activities, First-Year Programs, and with Belmont Residence Hall living-learning communities.



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