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Fourteen students from the University of Southeast Louisiana have been selected as members of the 2021 reunion tribunal.

The appointed members of the royal court are the elderly Kami Aguilar of New Orleans; Darianna Bergeron, Saint-James; Rivers Sidney, Loranger; Annabella Seal, Bogalusa; L’Oreal Williams, Kenner; and Catherine Wooton, Belle Chasse; and junior Ashley Hess, central.

Elected members of the Beau Court are Seniors Joshua Ballard, Denham Springs; Tyson Cowart, Prairieville; Jacob Deliberto, Hammond; Matthew Hunter, Baton Rouge; Richard Williams, New Orleans; Johnathan Zeringue, Of The Germans; and junior Zachary Poche, Gonzales.

The Queen and the Beau of 2021, the top junior or senior voters in recent online campus elections, were due to be announced on October 16.

Aguilar is a marketer. She is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi, as well as vice-president and co-founder of Sexual Violence Unmasked, an advocacy or prevention and awareness organization for sexual assault.

Bergeron, a major in integrated biology, is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority and the PULL project, where she served as a mentor. Bergeron is the recipient of the CÅ“ur de Lion award and was named to the Dean’s List.

Rivers specializes in nursing. She is a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, where she was a historian. She is a member of Nursing Christian Fellowship, Sexual Violence Unmasked, Baptist Collegiate Ministries, and was a former captain of the women’s basketball team.

Seal, a Communication Sciences and Disorders major, is a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, where she is Section Chair, received the Pearl Award, and was a former Pan-Hellenic Delegate. She is also a member of Gamma Beta Phi and Sexual Violence Unmasked.

L’Oréal Williams is a double major in business management and marketing. She is a member of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority and the Student Government Association, where she is serving her second term as president.

Wooton, a criminal justice major, is a member of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority, where she is vice president of growth. She is a member of the Pre Law Association, president and co-founder of Sexual Violence Unmasked.

Hess graduated in nursing. She is a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, where she is secretary. Hess was selected as a Pan-Hellenic Emerging Leader in 2019, is a member of Best Buddies, the College’s Pan-Hellenic Council, as President, and is a Greek Ambassador.

Ballard, a marketing graduate, is a member of Campus Outreach and the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, where he is vice president. He was named Southeast 2020 Man of the Year and is the recipient of the Green ‘S’ Award.

Cowart is a major in integrative biology. He is a member of Campus Outreach, the Delta Omega Alpha Pre-Professional Society, the Biology Undergraduates Society and is president of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Cowart has been named to the President’s List each semester.

Deliberto is a major in marketing. He is a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, Greek Ambassadors and the Southeastern Marketing Association. Deliberto is the 2021 Fellowship Man of the Year, has received the Green ‘S’ Award three times and received the Vice President of Student Affairs Award of Excellence.

Hunter is an accounting student. He is Ambassador of the College of Business, Mentor of the PULL Project and Vice-President of the National Association of Black Accountants. Hunter is the recipient of the Emerging Leader Award.

Richard Williams, a graduate in mechanical engineering technology, is a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, of which he is the president. He is a member of the Black Student Union, a mentor for the PULL project and vice-president for the fraternities of the Pan-Hellenic National Council.

Zeringue is a major in accounting. He is a member of the Campus Activities Board, serving on their 2019-2020 board of directors. He is a member of the Southeastern Running Club and Alpha Psi Omega. Zeringue has been named to the 2020 President’s List.

Poche is a major in social sciences. He is a member of CAB and SGA, where he is Director of Traditions, Educators Rising and ExCel Scholars. He is an honorary mentor. Poché received the Sophomore Honors Distinction and is the recipient of the Dr. Marvin L. Yates Award of Excellence.

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