MSU Student Association hosts suspenseful ‘Night of the Living Dawgs’ Homecoming Week

Contact: Madison Welzbacher

2021 Homecoming logoSTARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State’s Student Association begins the annual Homecoming celebration next week with multiple fun events planned throughout the week.

With Homecoming Week’s proximity to Halloween, the theme is “Night of the Living Dawgs,” inspired by the horror film “Night of the Living Dead.”

Homecoming Week 2021 events include:

—Monday [Oct. 25], 9-11 a.m. “Breakfast with Bully,” Union patio at the Drill Field. A chance to meet the Homecoming Court and Bully, and get a free chicken biscuit.

—Monday [Oct. 25], 1-5 p.m. “Haunted Scavenger Hunt,” campus-wide. Clues can be found on the Student Association’s Instagram @msu_sa.

—Tuesday [Oct. 26], 11 a.m.-1 p.m. “3rd Annual T-Shirt Swap,” Drill Field. Bring a gently used t-shirt and swap it out for a 2021 Homecoming shirt. Used shirts will be donated to the Emerson Family Home. Available while supplies last.

—Tuesday [Oct. 26], 9 p.m. Screening of “Night of the Living Dead,” Drill Field. There will be popcorn available from Mom and Pop food truck.

—Wednesday [Oct. 27], 2-4 p.m. “Paint Pumpkins with MSU Panhellenic,” Moe’s Pavilion.

—Thursday [Oct. 28], 8 p.m. “MMP Homecoming Concert,” Bettersworth Auditorium at historic Lee Hall. The band Grouplove will perform.

—Friday [Oct. 29], 7 p.m. “NPHC Annual Step Show,” Humphrey Coliseum. Tickets can be purchased at

For more on 2021 Homecoming Week activities, follow the MSU Student Association on Facebook @MSUStudentAssociation, Twitter and Instagram @MSU_SA, or visit

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