The royalty: Anne Case-Halferty

Sunday, October 14, 2007 | 3:00 p.m. CDT; updated 12:56 a.m. CDT, Sunday, July 20, 2008
Anne Case-Halferty

The Homecoming Top 10 were selected after one round of elimination based on paper documents and two rounds of personal interviews with MU faculty, staff and local Mizzou alumni.

Anne Case-Halferty

Hometown: Columbia

Sponsor: Alumni Association Student Board

Majors: English and Political Science

Major Activities: Alumni Association Student Board (President), Mystical Seven, Mortar Board (VP Alumni Relations), Summer Welcome Leader 2006, Women of Worth mentor, Sue Shear Fellow, MU Honors College, Griffith’s Leadership Society for Women

Favorite Thing about MU: I love the fact that Mizzou is absolutely steeped in tradition. Whenever I am walking on campus, I just have this deep feeling that I am part of something special that belongs only to the Mizzou family. We are so lucky to have a university with such pride and history, and I think it makes every student’s time here more meaningful.

Favorite Homecoming Tradition: The Homecoming parade. Ever since I was a little girl, my parents would bring me to watch the MU homecoming parade and it was always one of my favorite days of the year. I remember sitting on my dad’s shoulders and watching the floats and cars going by and just being amazed by it.

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