The Student Activities Board Traditions Committee is hard at work planning Homecoming 2015. Please check back later for updates. In the meantime, check out the 2014 Homecoming Court.
If you have questions or concerns regarding Homecoming 2015, please contact Zoe Pittman, SAB Director of Traditions.
Colby is a senior Biology major and Spanish minor here at the University of Kentucky. He is from Somerset, KY and is the son of Doug and Tina Hall. He has two brothers: Chase, who lives in Bakersfield, CA, and Charley, who is a freshman here at UK. Colby is heavily involved in the UK Student Government Association, DanceBlue, and his fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, currently serving in the roles of Director of Government Relations for UK Student Government; Alumni Relations Coordinator for DanceBlue; and Chaplain for Alpha Tau Omega. Colby has also been connected to the Greater Lexington community through his involvement with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass. His future plans include beginning working after graduating in May, getting his MBA, and then returning back to raise a family in Kentucky.
Devon Wilson is a William C. Parker Scholar from Paducah, Kentucky. He is the son of Stephanie and Michael Carter. He is a Psychology and Political Science major who will be applying to law school this winter. He currently serves as President of his fraternity, Beta Theta Pi. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership-Honor’s Society, Chellgren Fellowship Program, and works as a runner for McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland law firm.
Roshan Palli is the son of Dr. Subba and Mrs. Usha Pallli of Lexington, Kentucky. A senior Mathematical Economics, Economics, and Mathematics major. He greatly enjoyed the honor of serving as Student Government President and serving as the student voice on the Board of Trustees last year. Roshan remains involved throughout campus. He is a proud brother of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, serving as one of their DanceBlue Team Captains this year. He also works for the Visitor Center and is currently working on writing a book
Jared Scott is the son of Curtis and Vanessa Scott. He is currently a senior at the University of Kentucky studying Finance with a Biology minor. Jared was nominated for Homecoming Royalty by the UK Black Student Union. He is the current President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and active member in Every Nation Campus Ministry as well as the National Pan-Hellenic Council. His favorite part of being a Wildcat is the excitement in the Big Blue Nation during the Cat’s basketball season. Jared ‘see’s blue’ by striving for excellence every day, embracing diversity and inclusion while contributing to his community through leadership and service. He is honored to represent his school as a part of 2014 Homecoming Court.
Jonathan York is a senior from Louisville Kentucky, graduate of duPont Manual High School. He is in the College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and History with a minor in Classics. In addition to receiving Dean’s List standing every semester of his undergraduate career, he has been involved with several organizations on campus including, Student Government Association’s Leadership Development Program, Philanthropy Chairman and Treasurer for Alpha Tau Omega Mu-Iota Chapter, and Corporate Relations Committee for DanceBlue 2014. He currently serves as the Overall Chairman for DanceBlue 2015, and will be continuing his educational career in Law School next fall.
Anne Marie Kirk, daughter of Dr. Michael and Debbie Kirk of Lexington, Kentucky, is a senior Singletary Scholar double majoring in Communication and Mathematics with a minor in Linguistics. Anne Marie is the Promotions Coordinator for DanceBlue 2015, and proud alum of Alpha Gamma Delta, where she served as the Vice President of Scholarship. As a tour guide at the University of Kentucky Visitor Center, Anne Marie also serves as the Co-Director of the Wildcat Ambassador Student Organization. In addition, Anne Marie is a leader in Campus Outreach and member of the Undergraduate.
Kaley Tabor is a senior from Morristown, TN. She is the daughter of Nickie Mabry and Doug Tabor. Kaley is the current Miss University of Kentucky. During her time here at UK, she has been actively involved in her sorority Alpha Delta Pi, DanceBlue, Leadership Exchange, and the University Panhellenic Council.
Kathleen Smith is a senior mining engineering student from Prestonsburg, KY. She is the daughter of Tom and Robin and the younger sister of SPC Christian Smith, U.S. Army. Kathleen currently serves as the Vice President of Administration for Delta Delta Delta, as well as a senator for the Student Government Association, in which she chairs the Appropriations and Revenue Committee. Her goals and aspirations include: to someday be crowned Miss Kentucky and travel the commonwealth promoting her platform, Alzheimer’s Awareness; pursuing a career in the mining industry as a production or explosives engineer; and to found a mining company which will be a leader in the industry for safety and environmentally friendly technology.
Lee Foster is Senior from Owensboro, KY studying Economics and Marketing with a minor in International Business. She is the daughter of Joe and Winnie Foster. Currently she serves as Programming Chair for DanceBlue, President of the Economics Society, Leader of the Wildcat Student Organization and New Member Coordinator for Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She is a member of the University of Kentucky Honors Program and works as a campus tour guide. Previously she has completed Emerging Leader Institute and the Leadership Development Program, and has served on the Panhellenic Council. After graduation she will be joining Teach For America as a 2015 Charlotte corps member, but plans to keep cheering on the Cats all the way from North Carolina!
Whitney Scott is a Lexington, Kentucky native and the daughter of William and Diane Scott. She is a senior Art History major and Political Science minor, who plans to attend law school in Fall 2015. Whitney is able to pursue her passion for assisting others through her participation as a Junior Achievement of the Bluegrass volunteer, UK 101 Peer Instructor, ELI Peer Mentor and FUSION Site Leader. By maintaining her position as the Traditions Chair for Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow and TEAM WILDCAT as well as a being a member of the Homecoming Coalition, Whitney strongly believes that Homecoming is a way to unite the past, present and future members of the Big Blue Nation – regardless of organization affiliation. Go CATS and Go Homecoming!