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Dozens Take Part in ISU Homecoming Traditions

Indiana State University kicked off Saturday's homecoming festivities with the annual blue and white parade. Various groups, organizations, and businesses all took part in the event, marching around town, and tossing out candy -- including our very own NBC 2 crew!
Even though it may have rained a little on their parade Saturday morning, that couldn't keep the Sycamores from celebrating.

Indiana State University kicked off homecoming festivities with the annual Blue and White parade.
   
Various groups, organizations, and businesses all took part in the event, marching around town, and tossing out candy -- including  our very own NBC 2 crew!
   
School leaders say it's a great way to help boost school spirit and get everyone excited for the big game.

"It adds to the overall excitement, and it means that we're doing things well and people want to be part of Indiana State," said ISU president Dan Bradley.  "It's been a wonderful week in terms of participation, and again it's just a sign that we are continuing to do a better job at getting people involved and getting people thinking about Indiana State and what a good job we're doing."

And another homecoming tradition picked up where the parade ended.
   
Tent City took over ISU's Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon, leading up to the game.
   
Starting with only one tent back in the 1970s, now there are now more than 60.

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