Homecoming

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'''Homecoming''' takes place each October at the [[Baker Field | Baker Field Athletic Complex]] and celebrates the [[football | football team's]] loss to either [[Penn]] or [[Princeton]]. Seriously, who in the world decided to schedule homecoming against either Penn or Princeton? At any rate, it exists as the culmination of mostly alumni events throughout the prior week and results in the one time each season that the stands are considerably full at [[Wien Stadium]]. Numerous [[Fraternities]] can be found tailgating boisterously in the parking lot during the course of the day.  Most revelers don't even enter the stadium.   
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'''Homecoming''' takes place each October at [[Baker Field | Baker Athletic Complex]] and celebrates the [[football | football team's]] loss to either [[Penn]] or [[Princeton]]. Seriously, who in the world decided to schedule homecoming against either Penn or Princeton? At any rate, it exists as the culmination of mostly alumni events throughout the prior week and results in the one time each season that the stands are considerably full at [[Wien Stadium]].  
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In the past, numerous [[Fraternities]] could be found tailgating boisterously in the parking lot during the course of the day.  However, in [[2010]], [[Athletics]] started slowly removing tailgaiting as an option, and by [[2012]], no tailgaiting was allowed.  There's a huge tent for alumni, and seniors usually have their own "pen" with 4 free beers.  Most revelers don't even enter the stadium.   
  
 
[[PrezBo]] usually shows up for photos.
 
[[PrezBo]] usually shows up for photos.

Revision as of 09:10, 14 September 2012

Homecoming takes place each October at Baker Athletic Complex and celebrates the football team's loss to either Penn or Princeton. Seriously, who in the world decided to schedule homecoming against either Penn or Princeton? At any rate, it exists as the culmination of mostly alumni events throughout the prior week and results in the one time each season that the stands are considerably full at Wien Stadium.

In the past, numerous Fraternities could be found tailgating boisterously in the parking lot during the course of the day. However, in 2010, Athletics started slowly removing tailgaiting as an option, and by 2012, no tailgaiting was allowed. There's a huge tent for alumni, and seniors usually have their own "pen" with 4 free beers. Most revelers don't even enter the stadium.

PrezBo usually shows up for photos.

The next homecoming is scheduled for October 20, 2012 against Dartmouth.

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