Still plenty of ways to celebrate Homecoming

Homecoming 2018 is in full swing, but there’s still time to participate before Saturday’s Homecoming basketball game. Here are just a few of the things you can do:

  • Make your way to Christenberry Fieldhouse on Thursday night from 7 — 9 p.m. and experience Jaguar Mania: Step and Dance Show. Actor and comedian Brandon T. Jackson (Tropic Thunder, the Percy Jackson movies) will MC an event that features groups and organizations performing in two categories: dance and step.
  • “Go Downtown” from 7 — 9 p.m. on Friday for food, live entertainment and plenty of other activities.
  • Visit JagStore’s pop-up store just inside Christenberry’s front doors and suit up for the big game. There, you’ll find 20 percent off everything they’ve brought.
  • Download JAGmoji, the first emoji keyboard for Jaguar Nation. Available for both Apple and Android devices, JAGmoji will help you put your best paw forward in all your Homecoming posts.
  • Show up at Christenberry on Saturday for the Jaguar Jam from 11:30 a.m. — 2 p.m. at Christenberry Fieldhouse (tailgate, free food, games and music) and then the Homecoming basketball games, where the Jags will take on the Georgia College & State Bobcats and the 2018 Homecoming Court will be crowned.

Celebrate with us on Twitter using #AUGhomecoming and #AUGhome. Make sure you show the Jaguar Production Crew some love by shouting them out on Twitter and by following them on Instagram and FacebookFor more information about Homecoming and Homecoming Week events, visit Student Life and Engagement’s website.

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Eric Johnson is managing editor of news & information at Augusta University. Contact him with questions or ideas for Jagwire at erijohnson@augusta.edu.

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