by NICK BUCHANAN
Saturday may have been an overcast, rainy day, but that sure didn't halt Tiffin University's homecoming festivities. During the game, the new name of Tiffin University's dragon (formerly Stuey) was announced to be Blaze, and undergraduate students Coy Blair and Kim Grogg were honored as the homecoming king and queen.
Blair is a senior, studying sports and recreational management. He was nominated through the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and is on the track and field team.
Grogg, a junior with a major in forensic psychology and minors in human services and addictions counseling, was nominated by Resident Life. She is the webmaster for Alpha Phi Sigma, the vice president of Athletes in Action, a resident assistant in Zahn Hall, a peer mentor, student worker in undergraduate admissions, and the student government representative for Delta Sigma Kappa.