UL Homecoming Court includes women and men for the first time in 80 years

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LAFAYETTE, La. (Face Magazine)- Rachel Lautigar and Dominique Williams will reign as queen and king of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s historic 2018 Homecoming.

This year’s court is the first since at least the 1930s that’s included both women and men members, said Karli Sherman, assistant director of the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership. She oversees the University Program Council and the Homecoming Court selection process. 

Lautigar is a junior from Bastrop, Louisiana, and is pursuing a double major in political science and history. Williams is a junior business management major from Lafayette.

Other members of the Homecoming Court are Jonathan Adams, of Opelousas, Louisiana; Claire Carriere of Lafayette; Rebecca Foley of Coral Springs, Florida; Vickie Lynne Jacquet, of Port Arthur, Texas; Jacob LeMeunier, of Lafayette; Benjamin Messner, of Lafayette; Kaleb Moore, of DeRidder, Louisiana; and Erica Stewart, of Houston.

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