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Homecoming 2018 Set For Mid-October

Mark your calendars, Penn Staters. Homecoming 2018 will be held the week of Sunday, October 7 through Saturday, October 13, culminating in Penn State’s 99th Homecoming football game against Michigan State.

“Penn State Homecoming is looking forward to welcoming home alumni to continue the celebration of Penn State pride and tradition,” Homecoming 2018 Executive Director Ally Berdan said in a release. “We look forward to ending our week of exciting events surrounded by the Penn State community in Beaver Stadium.”

The annual Homecoming parade will be held Friday, October 12. Additional details on the week’s festivities will be revealed throughout the rest of this semester and leading up to Homecoming, including the Grand Marshal and annual Homecoming concert headliner.

Next up for Homecoming is revealing its 2018 theme at THON and its 2018 logo at halftime of the Blue-White game.

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