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2010 Penn State Homecoming Parade Tomorrow

Mark your calendars! This year’s homecoming parade is on Friday, Oct. 8 at 6 p.m.

Make sure you save a prime spot on the parade route. The streets will be lined with alumni, families, and lots of students sitting and saving spots for their organizations. Last year, even in the freezing cold and snow, people were sitting on College Ave from mid-morning until the start of the parade.

No need to fret about snow this year, though. The weather report is forecasting 70 degree weather with sunshine.

As we all know, this year’s theme is “Bonded by Blue and White.” Homecoming Week is meant to pump the already high school spirit of each Penn State student.

Unlike last year, the 2011 THON theme will be announced in the middle of the parade instead of the end. The Homecoming King and Queen will also be announced on Friday.

Can’t make it to the parade? We will be running a livestream of the parade right here thanks to the College of Communications.

So get ready to pomp, cheer and wave!

Check out this article for more tips on the parade.

For more information on the 2010 Homecoming Parade, visit here.

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