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Hundreds view spirited Homecoming parade

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JSU President William B. Bynum Jr. and first lady Deborah Bynum observe the parade with special guests Dr. John A. Peoples Jr. , president emeritus of JSU, and wife Mary.

JSU Cheerleaders pull out all the stops, including signal lights above.

JSU cheerleaders pull out all the stops, including signal lights above.

Floats, marching bands and stylish convertibles with beauty queens and kings were just a few of the highlights of Jackson State University’s annual Homecoming parade. The event included participants from various parts of the country, including River Rouge, Michigan, and contiguous states such as Louisiana.

They’re called the Prancing J-Settes because they are the architects of grace and groove.

They’re called the Prancing J-Settes because they are the architects of grace and groove.

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Drum major Jonathan Johnson helps the Sonic Boom soar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dressed like a bumblebee, a little fan is abuzz with excitement over JSU.

Dressed like a bumblebee, a little fan is abuzz with excitement over JSU.