Franklin — The crowning of the Franklin College Homecoming king and queen took place during half-time at the football game against Anderson University on Oct. 1 at Stewart “Red” Faught Stadium.

Homecoming queen Katy Sheehan is the daughter of Tim and Daylanne Sheehan of Rushville. She is a senior studying Spanish. She is vice president of the Modern Languages Club, secretary of Alpha Mu Gamma, and a point person for FLOW.  

Jim Alexander, son of Tim and Sue Alexander of Winamac, was named Homecoming king. He is a senior elementary education major with a minor in religious studies. He is also an executive officer in Kappa Delta Rho, a member of Theta Alpha Kappa religious studies and Kappa Delta Pi education honor societies.

Founded in 1834, Franklin College is a four-year undergraduate liberal arts institution 20 minutes from downtown Indianapolis. The college offers more than 50 programs of study including biology, business, education and journalism. The college, which was the first institution of higher education in Indiana to admit women, has an enrollment of approximately 1,000 students and maintains a voluntary association with the American Baptist Churches USA.

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