Hobos on the street: Homecoming edition

Lydia Hansen and Kelsey Werpy, Reporter

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ANDREW MAIROSE

Freshman

Ag Systems Technology

Q: What are you looking forward to?

A: I guess the parade is usually a pretty big deal.

McKENZIE BROWN

Freshman

Human Biology Pre-Med

Q: What are you looking forward to?

A: I’m really looking forward to the Hobo Day parade and the football game after and the events they have throughout the week like the Hobo Day bonfire.

ELLA PADDEN

Sophomore 

Human Biology

Q: What are you looking forward to?

A: I’m excited for the Bum-A-Meal. Bum-A-Meal is probably one of the best parts of Hobo Day because it gets the community involved. You get a free home-cooked meal out of it and for college students, what’s better? You just have a night to hang out with your friends and it’s super fun.

NICHOLE DIAL

Sophomore

Human Biology

Q: What would you tell someone who doesn’t know anything about Hobo Day?

A: Don’t be afraid to just jump in and do something. I mean if you’re a freshman, granted, it’s probably going to feel awkward the first time, but there are tons of other people who are there and willing to make new friends, so just jump into it.