By: Tess Parmenter
What were you doing in 1909? You probably weren’t born yet, but for some people it was the start of a tradition that would soon spread throughout the world. This tradition is known as Homecoming. Homecoming was started at a small college in Waco Texas, known as Baylor University. On stltoday.com, Chester Brewer stated they started the tradition as a way to, “urge alumni to come home for a football game against Kansas City.” Their Homecoming event included a football game, a gathering of alumni, a pep-rally, and a parade.
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By: Troy Myer
The Knights took on undefeated Seneca Bobcats, the region favorites, for the Homecoming game this year. To start, things were back and forth for the Knights and Bobcats, with Seneca scoring in the first quarter, but failing with the extra point. The Knights came back with a big drive, led by Jaydon Hayes, before the quarter ended.
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By: Maya Edwards
In preparation for the 2017 Homecoming Football game, the Eisenhower Student Council lit the bonfire and pumped up the students with an eventful Pep Assembly on Wednesday, October 27.
Continue reading Kicking Off Homecoming Week