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Queen of Hearts

For over seven decades College of Saint Mary has recognized students who reveal the values of character, leadership and service through their annual “Queen of Hearts” recognition banquet, sponsored by the Student Senate.

On Saturday, February 23rd, 2013, Dr. Stevens crowned the 67th Queen of Hearts Court. The 2013 Queen of Hearts went to EuStacia Moss, a senior (applied psychology and human services) from Omaha, Neb. The other senior-class finalists were Gina Fries (elementary, middle and special education) from Ralston, Neb., Kallie McDermott (occupational therapy) from Doniphan, Neb., Araceli Reyna (business analytics and strategic communications) from Omaha, Neb., and Haley Schrage (elementary education) from Petersburg, Neb.
The "Queen of Hearts" is selected by students, faculty and staff through a campus-wide election. In addition to the “Queen of Hearts,” a “Princess” is selected for first, second and third year students.
For third-year, the honor of princess was given to Maryann Forsell (biology and chemistry) from Norfolk, Neb. The other junior-class finalists were Baylee Collins (biology) from North Platte, Neb., and Patricia Ocampo (business analytics and strategic communications) from Los Molinos, Calif.
Second year Princess was Joy Leick (business analytics and strategic communications) from Omaha, Neb. Sophomore class finalists were Sarah Golka (elementary and special education) from Grand Island, Neb., and Alyssa Madden (occupational therapy) from Junction City, KS.
First-year Princess was Alex Bauer (psychology) from Valentine, Neb. The other first-year finalists were Ella Spencer (occupational therapy) from O'Neill, Neb., and Jaqueline Uhing (nursing) from Seward, Neb.








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