Head’s participation in the Mizzou Alumni Association Homecoming came a cost as he missed the Legion of Black Collegians’ Homecoming events.
“She’s never apologized for who she is,” PHA VP of Programming Abby Flores said.
Columbia Pachyderms President Fred Berry tweeted about his view of the “Delta Gamma VNB’s,” which the Mizzou College Democrats interpreted to mean “very nice butts.”
The first place pairing also won several individual categories.
“It’s great to see the fraternity system and the sorority system working hand in hand,” Assistant Athletic Director and Phi Gamma Delta member Gary Link said.
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MU started the Homecoming tradition back in 1911.
Led by its drum majors, MU’s marching band continues a 130-year tradition.
Before the competition began, Homecoming director Kelsey Denker acknowledged the racist incident against the Legion of Black Collegians members.
Although the fraternities they were paired with dropped out on short notice, PHA believes that the sororities can pull off Homecoming on their own.
All the proceeds go toward the School of Music’s new building.
In the past, 75 percent of the boards had to be filled with pomps to gain full points with the Campus Decorations judges, said Carolyn Welter, Panhellenic Association’s vice president of public relations. This year, the boards could only be 25 percent pom
The Grand Marshals are the tri-chairs of the new campaign Mizzou: Our Time to Lead.
Over fifteen thousand lives were saved and 223,009 pounds of food were donated.
From show business to sports to journalism and more, former Tigers represent MU across the country.
Check out this scavenger hunt for things to look for at this year’s parade.
Many letters detailed student disappointment with administration in their lackluster response to previous racist incidents, including one involving MSA president Payton Head.
The Office of Student Conduct “moved” the suspect from campus.
The MU Police Department has identified the man involved.