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2021 WVU Homecoming Court

Starting from the left: Morgan Glass, Raimah Hossain, Ethan Cade, Ally Simon, Kylie A. Parker, Makenna Myers. Not pictured: Hunter Moore.

Candidates for West Virginia University’s 2021 Homecoming Court have been selected and will now vie for the title of 2021 Homecoming Royalty.  

All voting will take place on WVUENGAGE from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. September 28 and 29. Students can vote using their accounts on their own electronic devices. 

The entire court will participate in the Homecoming Parade, which takes place on High Street Friday, October 1.; the parade is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. 

The Homecoming Royalty will be crowned during a halftime ceremony at the WVU football game against Texas Tech Saturday, October 2, at Milan Puskar Stadium.

Homecoming Court Candidates

Ethan Cade, a senior environmental geoscience major from Wayne, WV, serves as a SGA College Senator for Eberly College.  He served as the treasurer and now is the president of the WVU Student Sierra Coalition.  Cade is also involved with the Outdoor Adventure Club and serves on the Advisory Board for the Department of Geology and Geography.  He was selected as a West Virginia 4H All-Star and a SURE participant. He is sponsored by the WVU Student Sierra Coalition.

Morgan Glass, a senior biochemistry major from Wheeling, WV, serves as the president of the Global Medical Brigades and as a research assistant for Dr. Paul Lockman.  Glass serves as an undergraduate teaching assistant for BIOL 219.  She is involved as an Honors College student peer mentor, SGA college senator for Davis College, Helvetia Honorary Society, and Mountaineer Maniac.  She is an Eberly Scholar, Presidential Ambassador, Certified Student Leader, Honors Foundations Program Scholar, and WV PROMISE Scholarship Recipient.  She is sponsored by the Undergraduate Research Association. 

Raimah Hossain, a senior biomedical engineering major from Starkville, MS, is a Neil S. Bucklew Scholar, Diversity Scholar, and WVU SURE Engineering Poster Category winner. Hossain is involved with TedxWVU, Camp Kesem, and WVU Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Participant.  She served as the inclusion coordinator for Student Government Association and WVU Honors College ambassador.  She is sponsored by Camp Kesem at West Virginia University.

Hunter Moore, current student body vice president, is a senior mechanical and aerospace engineering major from West Milford, WV.  He is involved as a Benjamin M. Statler College ambassador, WVU Honors EXCEL researcher, WVU Experimental Rocketry, WVU Engineers Without Borders, and WVU College Democrats.  Moore is a WVU Bucklew Scholar, Statler College of Engineering Research Scholar, Statler College of Engineering First-Time Student of the Year, and WVU Engineering Excellence Scholar.  He is sponsored by the Student Government Association.

Makenna Myers, a senior global supply chain management major from Ruffs Dale, PA, is the current chapter president for Alpha Xi Delta.  Her involvement includes Supply Chain Management Association, Greek Leadership Academy, and Women in Business. Myers is the recipient of the Robbins Global Travel Award, Deno Castelli Scholarship, WVU Scholarship of Distinction, and Chambers College Scholarship.  She is sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta. 

Kylie A. Parker, current chapter president of Chi Omega Sorority, is a senior exercise physiology major from Wheeling, WV.  She is involved with the Honor's EXCEL program, Exercise Physiology Club, and peer mentor and teaching assistant for the Honors College.  Parker is the recipient of the WV PROMISE Scholarship, Scholarship of Distinction, Arista Cup (Panhellenic) winner, and Nancy Walton Laurie Leadership Institute selection.  She is sponsored by Chi Omega Sorority. 

Ally Simon, a senior industrial engineering major from Elkins, WV, serves as the president of the Society of Women Engineers.  Her involvement includes Statler College student ambassador, SGA college senator for Statler College, Honors Hall Council, and Statler Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference Planning Committee.  Simon is the recipient of the WV PROMISE Scholarship and WVU Scholarship of Distinction.  She also was an Alumni Academy Leadership Award finalist and was selected for the Deloitte Junior Mentorship Program.  She is sponsored by the Society of Women Engineers.  


Contact: Dr. Thanh M. Le, Director Student Engagement and Leadership,