Ebony’s new Campus Queens have been named!

The search for queens stretched from Texas Southern University to University of the District of Columbia and every HBCU in between. Only the top ten with the most votes are picked to represent their college, though.

Returning HBCUs to be featured in the 2013 edition include Jackson State University, Tougaloo University, Hampton University, Florida A&M University and Tuskegee University.

Janelle McKelvey, Miss Cheyney University, made school history by being the first queen to be featured in the monthly publication.

Ebony will reveal the new Campus Queens in its September issue. The magazine annually acknowledges women dedicated in their goals and committed to the importance of education at HBCUs.

Congratulations to the winners:

Tiffany Hallback, Miss Savannah State University

Geralka Jackson, Miss Grambling State University

Moriah Lark, Miss Hampton

Jasmine Yates, Miss FAMU

Sarah Brown, Miss Jackson State

Airnecia Mills, Miss Alcorn State University

Randi Lerai Harrison, Miss Tuskegee

Janelle McKelvey, Miss Cheyney University

Destiny Kyles, Miss Tougaloo

Brielle Kenney, Miss Bennett College

About Ebony HBCU Campus Queens:

Since its inception, EBONY has supported programs that celebrate and nurture young Black women. The EBONY HBCU Campus Queens program honors young women at the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities who are role models of both beauty and ambition on campus and in their communities.


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