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Homecoming Central Committee

Photo: Kait McKinney/Iowa State Daily Homecoming 2011 co-chairpersons Katie Kaiser and Aaron Williams sell Food on Campus buttons outside the Memorial Union on Friday. They are in charge of making sure Homecoming 2011 is successful.

Co-chairpersons prepare for busy week of events By Katherine.Klingseis @iowastatedaily.com Katie Kaiser and Aaron Williams have a lot in common: They both are fourth-generation ISU students, active in the greek community and are the 2011 Homecoming general co-chairpersons. Kaiser, senior in marketing, and Williams, junior in agricultural business, are in charge of making sure Homecoming 2011 is successful. Some of their most important tasks were forming their Homecoming Central Committee and then managing that committee. “We had to make sure that everyone in our committee was doing what they were supposed to be doing in a good time and manner,” Kaiser said. “Luckily, we had a phenomenal committee and they’ve really stepped up and made it easy

for us.” Kaiser and Williams have previously served as co-chairpersons for sub-committees on Homecoming Central, which is a requirement to be general co-chairpersons. Kaiser was the cochairwoman for food on campus and Williams was the co-chairman for displays. Kaiser said she decided to apply for Homecoming Central after being involved with CySquad, a group that helps at Homecoming events, through the greek community her sophomore year. “After my experience, I really enjoyed Homecoming, and decided to apply for general co-chair and got it,” Kaiser said. Williams said he became interested in Homecoming Central after hearing about it from his brother.

“My brother was actually on Homecoming Central when he was a student here,” Williams said. “Then I came to Iowa State my freshman year and loved Yell Like Hell and everything like that, so I decided to apply my sophomore year.” Before becoming general co-chairpersons, Kaiser and Williams had to fill out an application and have a 20-minute interview. “You pretty much wrote up a PowerPoint for this year’s Homecoming — some new ideas, some ways to improve it, as well as how to improve SALC — and then they just asked a simple Q-and-A for about 10 minutes,” Williams said. Kaiser said she was interested in becoming a general co-chairwoman because she is interested in planning important ISU events. “I’ve always kind of enjoyed planning and organizing events,” she said. “So I just thought it

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WEEKEND | EVENTS

Photo: Eloisa Perez-Lozano/Iowa State Daily Emily Haselhoff, senior in community and regional planning, right, and Rachael Whitehair, freshman in biology, work on painting a storefront window on Sunday. This activity happens every year to start off Homecoming week.

Photo: Eloisa Perez-Lozano/Iowa State Daily Marin Snede, junior in apparel merchandising, design and production, paints a storefront window on Sunday on Welch Avenue. The subtheme for her group’s window was Dr. Seuss.

Photo: Eloisa Perez-Lozano/Iowa State Daily Dana Caudle, junior in geology, works on painting one of the storefront windows on Sunday on Welch Avenue. Unlike previous years, the designs of the store windows do not cover the whole window. Photo: Tsubasa Shigehara/ Iowa State Daily RIGHT: Pairings work at the Painting Victory Lane event Sunday north of Jack Trice Stadium. Painting Victory Lane is one of the Homecoming events.

Photo: Nicole Wiegand/Iowa State Daily RIGHT: Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, Alpha Chi Omega sorority and Theta Xi fraternity perform their skit, “Back to School,” during the first round of Yell Like Hell on central campus on Sunday.

Photo: Tsubasa Shigehara/Iowa State Daily Katherine Meinig, left, senior in meteorology, Maggie Gehrls, middle, sophomore in interior design, and Alyssa Smith, right, sophomore in kinesiology and health, paint at Painting Victory Lane on Sunday.


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BANDS | BATTLE

Photo: Kendra Plathe/Iowa State Daily Crowd members watch the Homecoming Battle of the Bands on Central Campus on Sunday. The show started a hour later then expected.

Photo: Kendra Plathe/Iowa State Daily Judges wait for the Homecomings Battle of the Bands to begin on Central Campus on Sunday. The show started a hour later then expected due to technical problems. Photo: Kendra Plathe/Iowa State Daily Emily Jacobson, guitarist for the band Stand By Your Anchors, plays during the Homecoming Battle of the Bands on Central Campus on Sunday.

Photo: Kendra Plathe/Iowa State Daily Dan Clark, guitarist for the band Stand By Your Anchors, tries to stay warm while sound technicians set up the band’s equipment for the Battle of the Bands on Central Campus on Sunday.

Photo: Kendra Plathe/Iowa State Daily Sean Nichols, guitarist for the band Stand By Your Anchors, plays during the Homecoming Battle of the Bands on Sunday. The event is just one of the many on campus during Homecoming week. Photo: Kendra Plathe/Iowa State Daily Dominic Larrew, singer for the band Stand By Your Anchors, performs during the Homecoming Battle of the Bands on Central Campus on Sunday.


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Photo courtesy of Lindsay Shrader Krystal Castaneda, senior in kinesiology and health and pre-med, is the 2011 Homecoming queen. When she finishes school, Castaneda would like to become a pediatrician.

By Katherine.Klingseis @iowastatedaily.com Some students join clubs purely to have something to put on their resumes. Krystal Castaneda, senior in kinesiology and health and pre-med, had a greater reason to join clubs: to make her parents proud. “My parents grew up in the Philippines and never went to college. So when they got to America, they wanted to raise their children to be successful,” Castaneda said. “I’m just trying to make them proud.” Castaneda, who is from Rockford, Ill., said that her parents always encouraged her and her brother to work hard in middle school and high school so they could receive scholarships and one day go to college. “They didn’t want my brother and I to have the same life that they did,” she said. “So they really wanted us to work hard in school and try to be involved in everything we could.” When enrolling at Iowa State, Castaneda said she wanted to major in biology and premed. However, the summer before her freshman year, she changed her mind. “Over the summer, my Cyclone Aid was a pre-med student and she told me about how amazing kinesiology was,” Castaneda said. “Biology is a great major, but it just wasn’t for me.” When she finishes school, Castaneda would like to become a pediatrician. But before attending medical school, which she plans to do, Castaneda said she would like to take a bit of a break. She explained that after graduating from Iowa State, she plans to do Camp Adventure, a service-learning program that offers col-

lege students opportunities to work at youth camps across the globe. “I already have some experience with medicine,” Castaneda said. “I want to have more experience working with kids.” While at Iowa State, Castaneda has been involved in a few medical-related programs. For instance, during her freshman year, Castaneda participated in cardiovascular research through the Honors Program. “I pretty much did a nurse’s job for an EKG technician,” she said. In addition to those previously mentioned activities, Castaneda also has been involved with Chi Omega sorority, the Government of the Student Body as a senator for the College of Human Sciences, the GSB Social Justice and Diversity Task Force, College of Human Sciences Dean’s Student Advisory Council, the George Washington Carver Academy, Homecoming Central, and the Asian Pacific American Awareness Coalition. Castaneda has been recognized with membership in the Cardinal Key, Sigma Alpha Lambda Leadership honor society, Order of Omega Greek honor society and Beta Beta Beta Biological honor society. “If I wasn’t a part of those organizations, I don’t know what I would be,” Castaneda said. “I think they make the college experience a lot better.” When she was told that we was the 2011 Homecoming queen, Castaneda was “shocked.” “I was very surprised and grateful that they chose me,” she said. “And hopefully I made my family proud. My family is in the back of my mind all of the time.”

Photo courtesy of Lindsay Shrader The 2011 Homecoming king, Andy Pringnitz, is a senior in agricultural business, economics and international agriculture. He has been a Cyclone fan since childhood.

Senior Andy Pringnitz to ‘provide a face’ for Iowa State By Katherine.Klingseis @iowastatedaily.com Andy Pringnitz, senior in agricultural business, economics and international agriculture, said he cannot believe Homecoming 2011 will be his last homecoming as an ISU student. However, Homecoming 2011 isn’t just Pringnitz’s last; it’s also the one in which he will be king. “Homecoming has been fun for the past three years,” Pringnitz said. “So this will be a fun way to go out.” Pringnitz, who is originally from Spirit Lake, Iowa, said he has been a Cyclone fan since childhood. His interest in agriculture and his lifelong support for the Cyclones led him to choose to attend Iowa State. When he originally enrolled at Iowa State, Pringnitz majored in agricultural business. “I’ve always had a passion for agriculture growing up on a family farm, and I’ve always had a business mind,” he said. “And put those two together and agricultural business is a great fit.” Pringnitz said he picked up economics as a freshman. In regards to international agriculture, Pringnitz said he obtained that major from taking advantage of several study abroad trips. “Through Iowa State, I’ve been to Argentina, Greece, Rome and Tanzania,” Pringnitz said. “Outside of Iowa State, I’ve been to China, Vietnam, Europe and Nicaragua.” Pringnitz’s first trip was to Argentina during Spring Break his freshman year, he said. He explained that it was his first trip outside of North America. “Travel has been fun because it has kind of

opened up my world,” he said. “If you would have checked with me as a senior in high school, I would have never guessed that I would travel to 15 countries in three years.” When he is not busy traveling the world, Pringnitz is busy being involved in the ISU community. He said, for example, he is a member of FarmHouse fraternity, the agriculture entrepreneurship initiative and the Memorial Union Board of Directors. Pringnitz has also served on the entertainment, parade and sponsorship committees for Veishea. “Veishea is one of the best traditions, I think, of any university in the United States,” Pringnitz said. “And I think helping with that is pretty special.” Pringnitz said he became involved in so many activities because he wants to give back to the ISU community. “For me, it’s always fulfilling just to find something I can contribute,” he said. His interest in serving the ISU community was a reason for Pringnitz to apply for Homecoming king. “I guess it’s such an honor as a senior to apply for it and get a chance to represent the students of Iowa State on Cardinal Court,” he said. Pringnitz said he received a voicemail Thursday announcing that he was chosen to be the 2011 Homecoming King. “I thought it was a nice surprise on Thursday afternoon,” he said. “It definitely helps build excitement for Homecoming.” As Homecoming king, Pringnitz said he plans to represent everyone in the ISU community. “Hopefully, I just provide a face and a figure for Iowa State,” he said.

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Yell Like Hell

Photo: Nicole Wiegand/Iowa State Daily Members of Phi Beta Chi fraternity, Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, Sigma Kappa sorority and Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity perform their skit “Cy-co for the Cyclones” on Central Campus on Sunday.

Photo: Nicole Wiegand/Iowa State Daily Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, Alpha Chi Omega sorority and Theta Xi fraternity perform the ISU fight song during their skit “Back to School” for the first round of Yell Like Hell on Sunday.

Photo: Nicole Wiegand/Iowa State Daily Members of Kappa Delta sorority, Sigma Pi fraternity, Sigma Nu fraternity and Tau Kappa Alpha fraternity chant before taking the stage to perform their Willy Wonka-themed skit Sunday.

Dance Marathon group to participate in tradition By Jenna.Miller @iowastatedaily.com Dance Marathon has existed at Iowa State for 15 years. For Homecoming 2011, the organization is participating in another long-standing ISU tradition: Yell Like Hell. Yell Like Hell has been an important event for Homecoming and the greek community since 1912. “Yell Like Hell is a five-minute choreographed skit that involves a lot of moving and, of course, yelling,” said Erin McHale, president of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council. “Its purpose is to be geared around the theme of

Dance Marathoners are very energetic, and so we are kind of the perfect fit for Yell Like Hell.” Szuyin Leow Homecoming every year and [to] express the traditions of Iowa State.” Until last year, Yell Like Hell was just a competition between greek pairings. Now, it has been opened to other student organizations, like Dance Marathon. The Student Alumni Leadership Council

performed its first Yell Like Hell skit for the gold division last year. This year, the council has tried to recruit more people to join the gold division. “The [gold division] is more of a showcase than a competition” said Szuyin Leow, junior in mechanical engineering and co-director for ISU Dance Marathon. “Our rules are a lot less stringent than what the greek pairings have to follow.” Emily Culp, senior in marketing and advertising and the director of public relations for ISU Dance Marathon, said Yell Like Hell enables non-greek students to participate in Homecoming.

“It’s another way and another opportunity to get involved in Homecoming traditions without having to be part of the greek community,” Culp said. Leow said she believes Dance Marathon members will be great participants in Yell Like Hell. “Dance Marathoners are very energetic and so we are kind of the perfect fit for Yell Like Hell,” Leow said. With traditions like Yell Like Hell opening up the gold division for groups who are not in the greek community, Homecoming is becoming a better way for student organizations to show off ISU pride.

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Greek community creates Homecoming 2011 lawn displays By Jenna.Miller @iowastatedaily.com

Photo: David Derong/Iowa State Daily Jake Rajcula, sophomore in marketing, and Stephen Flippin, sophomore in finance, spend their afternoon Sunday working on Phi Delta Theta fraternity’s lawn display for Homecoming 2011.

Lawn displays have been an ISU Homecoming tradition for almost a century. “Nothing really compares to Iowa State lawn displays,” said Tym Wood, co-chairman on the Homecoming Central Committee for displays. Drew Brown, the other co-chairman for lawn displays, said, “Iowa State is the only university in the nation that does displays for Homecoming of this magnitude.” So, why go into all of the work for these displays? “It’s all about Homecoming spirit,” Wood said. “Every display has a story and a skit to go along with it ... their character has something to do with Iowa State and ... beating the [football] opponent.” The display also has to tie in with the overall Homecoming theme. This year’s theme is “A Cyclone State of Mind.” “Five weeks is what we give them to start working on displays,” Brown said. “Then it stops at 6 p.m., Friday, Oct. 21. A lot of chapters will pull all-nighters on that Thursday.”

We encourage anybody and everybody to get involved with store front window.” Drew Brown After that five-week period, the displays are examined by a panel of judges. Brown said the judges are usually ISU faculty or young alumni who have been involved with Homecoming Central in the past. He said that the judges cannot have any greek affiliations. “The judging goes off a point-by-point basis,” Wood said. “They’re judged on how it relates to the theme, creativity, organization and how well their act is.” Displays are only open to the greek community, but there are many other ways for nongreeks to get involved in Homecoming and show off their Cyclone spirit. “We encourage anybody and everybody to get involved with storefront window and Painting Victory Lane,” Brown said. These both happened Sunday.

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Activities

Photo: Gene Pavelko/Iowa State Daily Chevalier Moye, freshman in aerospace engineering, shoots and makes a free throw during the 2011 Homecoming basketball tournament at the Lied Recreation Athletic Center on Sunday.

Tournaments kick off Homecoming 2011 week of festivities By Joy.Wessels @iowastatedaily.com Each year, students look forward to the excitement Homecoming offers. ISU students and alumni come together to tailgate and many go to the Homecoming game on Saturday. But before that, students can make Homecoming last even longer by participating in the annual Homecoming tournaments. This year, Jake Venner and Krissy Leinen are in charge of planning and organizing the Homecoming tournaments. Venner is a junior in biological systems en-

gineering and Leinen is a senior studying art education. While the majority of greek members partake in the tournaments, a few of the events are also open to other students, the co-chairpersons said. “Cardinal division activities are only open to greek members,” Venner said. “Gold division events are open to non-greek members as well.” The events open to the gold division are basketball, volleyball and Nintendo 64, which includes Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros. Nintendo is one of the new activities offered this year. Other new activities include wiffle ball

and bowling. “Bowling will be at the Memorial Union,” Leinen said. “And the Nintendo 64 tournament will be at the ISU Alumni Center.” Some other unique activities that have been done in the past include laser tag at Perfect Games in west Ames and treds football, which is a mix between football and ultimate Frisbee. Another cardinal division event the greek community looks forward to is Olympics night. “The Olympics consists of tug-of-war, icecream eating, foosball, dodge ball and bowling,” Venner said. Despite the majority of tournaments being

held at Lied Recreation Athletic Center, intramurals put on by Recreation Services are still going on, said Assistant Director of Facilities Doug Arrowsmith. “Intramurals are scheduled around the Homecoming tournaments,” Arrowsmith said. “Some of Recreation Services officials will be helping out with refereeing, but it’s mostly run by the Homecoming committee.” Homecoming tournaments started last Tuesday and run until Thursday. For a complete list of activities and schedules, go to www.isusalc.org/en/homecoming_2011/ tournaments.

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