Xavier Magazine

Mr. Muskie

When posters first went up advertising the inaugural male beauty pageant, no one knew what to expect. Students were relieved, however, to find that the aptly named “Mr. Muskie” was, in fact, a mockery of conventional pageants.

Well-dressed gentlemen strutted their stuff in the cafeteria with theatrical panache to laughing audience members who were finally in on the joke. At the end of the night, the judges selected three finalists, but it was junior Trent Engbers who took the crown. Pictured is freshman contestant Kevin Carpenter.

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