What are your homecoming expectations?

It’s that time of the year again that most of us have all been waiting for: Homecoming Week. It is a time for stu- dents, faculty, staff and alumni to showcase their spirit toward their alma mater. Homecoming gives Gramblinites, both attending and graduated, a chance to participate in activities such as cultural and even physical events.
This year, Grambling State University’s Homecoming has much to offer. Some of the venues include a boot camp sponsored by ROTC, fashion show, talent show, concert, and much more. Not to mention the parade followed by tailgating and the big game Saturday evening.
Many students are looking forward to see what home- coming has to bring this year. Students on campus are eager for the festivities that are set to take place.
“I expect this Homecoming Week to be nothing but fun and entertainment. This Homecoming will surely be a week to remember,” says Monique Hill, a sophomore computer information sys- tems major from Phoenix. “The concert this year will be a step back into the old school and this will surely please the alumni that is plan- ning on attending.”
“I think the events are creative and very entertaining and they are for any and every one,” said Donn Bradshaw, sophomore music major from Shreveport. “The number of alumni that will be in attendance will be high because of the winning streak the football team has.”
GSU’s Homecoming 2014 is expected to be a big success. All the school spirit and events lined up are sure to bring people in bunches, including alumni and non- students from all over. The stadium is also expected to be full as Gramblinites cheer on the G-Men as they take on University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff this Saturday at 2 p.m.