Dickinson State names Homecoming King and Queen
Dickinson State University crowned Nikolaus Butz and Silvia Vigier Homecoming King and Queen at the coronation Ceremony held Monday evening. They were chosen by student body vote from among the 12 members of the Royal Court. Butz is from Dickinso...
Dickinson State University crowned Nikolaus Butz and Silvia Vigier Homecoming King and Queen at the coronation Ceremony held Monday evening.
They were chosen by student body vote from among the 12 members of the Royal Court.
Butz is from Dickinson, and is a business education major with a minor in computer science.
He is a member of the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society and has served as a Student Orientation and Registration leader. He is a Student Ambassador and an active member of that organization's executive committee. Butz also has participated in professional learning committees through the Department of Teacher Education and in the Diversity Day Program in local elementary schools. He volunteers for the Best Friends Mentoring Program and coaches youth soccer. He is sponsored by the Student Ambassadors. His parents are Rolf and Michelle Butz, Dickinson.
Vigier is from Clermont-Ferrand, France, and is a business administration major with a double minor in leadership and marketing.
She is a Theodore Roosevelt Scholar and serves as a student assistant director. Vigier is active in the International Club and was that organization's president for two years. She also has been budget chair of the Homecoming Committee for two years and has been active in World Voices and CommUniversity. She is sponsored by the International Club. Her parents are Bernard and Joelle Vigier, Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Other candidates for Homecoming King and Queen were Lindsey Arnold, Dickinson.; Brittany Dvorak, Dickinson.; Caitlin Friedt, Dickinson.; Rayel McPeters, Upton, Wyo.; Cassie Mclean, Belle Fourche, S.D.; Kyle Budz, Pelly, Saskatchewan, Canada; Bilguun Davaasuren, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; Godwin Konde, Kpondai, Ghana; Troy Kuntz, Dickinson.; and Garrett Larson, Miles City, Mont. Junior attendants were Jevon Kreidt and Madeline Olsen, both 8-year-old Dickinson residents.