Students Celebrate Homecoming by Skipping Class

By: LaToya Pickett

“Get Geek! Get Geek! It’s homecoming week. I say we don’t go to class…”

Wait. What?

Tradition has proven itself relevant during TSU’s homecoming with the pep rally, step show, and football game, but also skipping class?

Many students find the need to miss class during the week as a way to enjoy or recover from the activities.

Freshmen Dasia Foxx, a political science major from Chicago, Ill says going to class comes from how she feels.

“Class is still important, but if I’m too turnt from the night before, then I’m not going to go.”

Director of Student Activities, Dr. Jame’l Hodges said the activities were created with balance for students.

“So we have over 25 events during homecoming week— that I think students can navigate their schedules and be proactive.

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About tsunews1

Student Journalists at Tennessee State University in the Department of Communications from Nashville, TN.
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