Homecoming parade ends with pep rally at Centennial Plaza for the first time


Gaby Velasquez

Junior mechanical engineering major, Lana Hussein is introduced as this years homecoming queen.

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor

UTEPgohand the El Paso community came together on Saturday Oct. 29 for this year’s homecoming parade and pep rally for the first time in Centennial Plaza. The parade showcased UTEP spirit, celebated by both students and alumni. Festivities began at Mesita Early Childhood Development Center at Vilas and the parade ended at Centennial Plaza where the UTEP cheerleaders, golddiggers, and marching band conducted a pep rally where the 2016 homecoming court was introduced. President Diana Natalicio spoke at the pep rally along with this year’s distinguished alumni.