Northwestern State University student Ar’Nijah Bradley is a member of the Homecoming Court at NSU. Bradley is from Grand Cane.
NSU released the members of the court this week. Madeleine “Maddy” Hensley of Anacoco and Darrin Nixon Jr. of Lake Charles were selected as queen and king of the 2021 Homecoming Honor Court at Northwestern State University.
Hensley and Nixon are part of a 24-member honor court, which will participate in activities during Homecoming Week at Northwestern State and will be presented at halftime of the Homecoming game against Southeastern Louisiana on Oct. 23.
The court also includes Ar’Nijah Bradley of Grand Cane, DeShod Dixon of Alexandria, Destinee Mills of Jonesboro, Eben “Garrett” Cook of Lindale, Texas, Grace Gosserand of New Roads, Jamarcia Broadway of Shreveport, Jessica Mullican of DeRidder, Jonatan Jimenez and Kyle Scott of Bossier City, Jude Garrett of Youngsville, Katelyn “Katie” Kennedy of Baton Rouge, Kaylynn Semien and Matthew Courville of Opelousas, Logan Graves of Verda, Mekayla Jenkins of Jennings, Natalee Cook of Vivian, Raegan Washington and William Roberson of Natchitoches, Sarah Sargent of Lake Charles, Sheridan Duet of Thibodaux, Treyvin Aucoin of Rayne and Landon Stephens of Spring Hill, Tennessee.
Ar’Nijah Bradley is the daughter of Constance Boyd and the late Earnest Bradley. She is a junior biology major with a biomedical concentration. She is president of the Iota Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and is a member of Beta Beta Beta Honor Society, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Helping Hands and the African-American Caucus. She is a President’s List student and a JOVE Scholar.