Homecoming 2013

October 30, 2013

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At NC State, homecoming goes beyond 60 minutes of football action – it’s a weeklong series of traditions and community events that capture the things our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends hold dear. See how we’re celebrating homecoming:

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Students came out Tuesday during the lunch hour to sample some of Zoe's Kitchen's finest during the 'Wear Red, Get Fed' activitiy sponsored by the Alumni Association. A red shirt meant a free lunch for students at 'Wear Red, Get Fed,' a Homecoming week event on the Brickyard. Students show their Pack pride while waiting in line at 'Wear Red, Get Fed,' a Homecoming week event. Students eat at 'Wear Red, Get Fed,' Homecoming event on the Brickyard. Students wait in line at Alpha Phi Omega's Megan Jones pays close attention to her lettering as she paints a window at East Village Grill on Hillsborough Street for Homecoming. Andrea Quach paints Ms. Wuf as the Statue of Liberty on a window at East Village Grill on Hillsborough Street. Alpha Phi Omega's Rachel Williams concentrates on her dot painting as she decorates a window at East Village Grill on Hillsborough Street. Two Guys Pizza gets the Homecoming window treatment. Mr. Wuf gets painted on the window of Florist Balloons, Flowers and Gifts by a member of Campus Crusade for Christ. Kayla Propst paints on the window of Florist Balloons, Flowers and Gifts on Hillsborough Street. Kyle Davis paints a window at Sadlack's on Hillsborough Street. Jordan Watkins paints the window of the Subway across Hillsborough Street from the Belltower. Cupcakes sold in the Brickyard on Wednesday raised funds for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Cupcakes sold in the Brickyard on Wednesday raised funds for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. (Left to right) Judy Sisouvong, Nyima Sabally and Jessie Tiger watch the judges for a reaction during the Brickyard Cupcake War. Students head toward the Cupcake War event on the Brickyard. Cupcake War entries reflect Homecoming 2013's theme of Samantha Shleffar offers a choice of cupcakes to the judges. Cupcake War judge Dr. David Parish (right) consults his scoring sheet. Samantha Haskett works the crowd to encourage buyers to try Cheerwine-flavored cupcakes. Student groups offer cupcakes for sale to benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Cupcake entries ranged from patriotic to gourmet. Hillary Pace enjoys a bite of cupcake at the Cupcake War, a homecoming week activity. Wajeha Barakat (center) and Lina Shahin (right) offer a cupcake to judge Dr. Anita Flick. Student groups offer cupcakes for sale to benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Students purchase cupcakes as a fundraiser for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Cupcake War entries reflect Homecoming 2013's theme of Cupcake War entries reflect Homecoming 2013's theme of Wednesday's Wear Red, Get Fed event featured lunch from Wing Zone. Wednesday's Wear Red, Get Fed event featured lunch from Wing Zone. Students line up for Wednesdays' Wear Red, Get Fed event on the Brickyard. Students line up for Wednesdays' Wear Red, Get Fed event on the Brickyard. Students line up for Wednesdays' Wear Red, Get Fed event on the Brickyard. Students line up for Wednesdays' Wear Red, Get Fed event on the Brickyard. Cupcake War entries reflect Homecoming 2013's theme of Cupcake War entries reflect Homecoming 2013's theme of Cupcake War entries reflect Homecoming 2013's theme of