Washburn University seniors Alex Crume, Topeka, and Carly Willis,
Newton, Kan., were crowned Homecoming queen and king during halftime of
the Washburn University football game vs. Missouri Western State
University, Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl, Washburn University on
Saturday, Oct. 18.
Crume is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon and has served as president, vice
president of finance and recruitment, as well as president of
Interfraternity Council. He is the special events director for Washburn
Student Government Association and is vice president of the Rugby Club.
Crume volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Race Against Breast
Cancer, Festival of Trees, The Big Event, Project Doorstep and Let’s
Help. He is a member of Who’s Who Among Students at American
Universities and Colleges and Order of Omega. He was nominated for
Homecoming king by Zeta Tau Alpha. Crume is a senior majoring in math
education and plans to become a math teacher and coach. His parents are
Larry and Nancy Crume.
Willis is the president of Order of Omega, director of recruitment of
Panhellenic Council and a Panhellenic delegate for Zeta Tau Alpha. She
is a member of Mortar Board and Bod Squad and formerly served as
director of recruitment and transitioning for the Leadership Institute.
Willis has volunteered at Newton-Salem United Methodist Church
Harvesters, the Topeka Rescue Mission, Race Against Breast Cancer and
Brookside Retirement Community. She is a member of Nonoso and Who’s Who
Among Students at American Universities and Colleges. Willis was
nominated for Homecoming queen by Zeta Tau Alpha. She is a senior
majoring in mass media, plans to pursue a master’s degree and work at a
television news station or public relations agency. Her parents are Mark
and Cathy Willis.