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Homecoming at a glance

Gillian Seaman

Issue date: 10/30/09 Section: News
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The 2009 Homecoming court and 2008's Homecoming royalty celebrate another Spartan football victory. The Spartans defeated Hiram College 63-14. From L-R: 2008 Homecoming King John Horton, Dan Johnson, 2009 Homecoming King Keith Lupton, Justin Care, Rachel Paul, 2009 Homecoming Queen Ali Briggs, Mel Worek, and 2008 Homecoming Queen Christina Colasanto.
The 2009 Homecoming court and 2008's Homecoming royalty celebrate another Spartan football victory. The Spartans defeated Hiram College 63-14. From L-R: 2008 Homecoming King John Horton, Dan Johnson, 2009 Homecoming King Keith Lupton, Justin Care, Rachel Paul, 2009 Homecoming Queen Ali Briggs, Mel Worek, and 2008 Homecoming Queen Christina Colasanto.
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The Case Western Reserve University student body showed off their Spartan spirit throughout Homecoming week, with impressive showings for all events. Last Thursday, the seniors defeated the juniors by one point at the highest scoring powder puff football game in recent memory. On Friday, CWRU alumni, faculty and students donned their white and blue and rocked out at the CWRU Blue and White Bash in Adelbert gym. On Saturday morning, campus organizations arrived with their floats for the annual Homecoming parade, and Delta Gamma and Sigma Nu took home the award for the best parade float. In the afternoon, the Spartan football team routed Hiram 63-14 at home. Delta Gamma Ali Briggs and USG representative Keith Lupton won Homecoming Queen and King, respectively. This year's Homecoming dance was a great success, selling out tickets. The dance was held off-campus this year, at the Velvet Dog in the Warehouse District.
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