Homecoming Logo Revealed
The THON 2010 Line Dance wasn’t the only non-football activity that took place on the field during the Blue-White game on Saturday. The Homecoming Executive Committee also revealed the logo for Homecoming 2010.
Public Relations Director Caitlin Rush said that the committee chose the winning logo, designed by junior Veronica Clauss, because they “wanted a design that was unique to homecoming, that people could look at and know it was homecoming’s logo. We were looking for something that was clean, sharp, and professional. A lot of the designs fell into that category, but the one we chose was definitely a favorite from the start.”
The logo features a navy blue stylized lion head inside a blue and white pom-pon (yes, that is the correct spelling, I looked it up) on a white background. The committee asked a junior-level graphic design class to come up with a design for the logo. Rush said that “it was pretty much left open to the graphic design students to take the theme and create a logo that they felt represented it.”
You can get a better look at the logo today in the HUB, where merchandise featuring the design will be on sale from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
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