It is an annual tradition observed by many American towns, high schools and colleges, around October. Its purpose is to welcome back former residents and alumni, and is built around a central event, such as a banquet or football game. When celebrated by schools, the activities usually consist of a football game played on the school’s home football field, activities for students and alumni, and the coronation of a Homecoming Queen and King.
- Super Bowl
In professional American football, the Super Bowl Is the championship game of the National Football League (NFL) in the United States. The game and its ancillary festivities constitute Super Bowl Sunday, which over the years has almost become a de facto American national holiday.
- Greek Life
The Greek community gives students the chance to make a big campus feel small. When choosing a fraternity you should look for a comfortable fit – a place where you share values and interests with the other members. Greek organizations promote the development of close ties between members through living, studying, working, and having fun together. Members also meet new people through community service projects, participating in campus events, and chapter events.
- March Madness
March Madness is a popular colloquial term for the annual NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship in the United States. The tournament takes place during March and early April. The term ”March Madness refers to the frenzy of 64 teams battling for the National Championship Title.
It is an annual holiday observed in the United States and Canada to celebrate being thankful for the things one has. It is traditionally celebrated with a large dinner shared among friends and family.