It’s back to the books and the grind of a 9-5 for those who participated in Jackson State University’s 2016 Homecoming.
From educational expert and keynote speaker Cynthia M.A. Butler-McIntyre delivering
a fiery inspirational message at Founder’s Day and the Coronation of Miss JSU Destiney Lawrence to JSU’s illustrious Sonic Boom of the South battling Prairie View A&M’s Marching Storm Band, a flood of Greek organizations stepping rhythmically to the sounds of Drake and Future blaring over loud speakers to
the Prancing J-Settes reminding everyone where Beyonce’ learned some of her dance moves – Jackson State’s 2016 homecoming offered a healthy dose of entertainment for all.
But, one would be remiss not to acknowledge a traditional ingredient in the awesomeness of a JSU Homecoming gumbo – the alumni. This year, like every year, a large number of alumni returned to remember their “heyday,” reconnect with old faces and dish advice to current students.