NCCU's Miss Fashion, Inc. at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Kellie Mcilwain Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
NCCU's Miss Fashion, Inc. at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Kellie Mcilwain accompanied by Anthony Smith Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
NCCU's Mr. & Miss Eagle Experts at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Vaniah Russell and Mikey Tyler Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
NCCU's Mr. & Miss Curvaceous Eagle at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Zakiya Logan Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
NCCU's Mr. and Miss ASFABA at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Khalid Oloko and Bettylenah Njaramba Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Miss Annie Day Shepard Scholar Ithiopia Meekeda accompanied by Mr. Annie Day Shepard Scholar Maleek Thomas at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
A show stopping performance before the crowning of the royal court at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Ithiopia Meekeda at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
NCCU Miss waiting on the sidelines while the Mr.'s perform at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
NCCU Misses waiting on the sidelines while the Misters perform at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Mr. & Miss NCCU Patrick Minor and Dajah Johnson get the crowd ready for a show-stopping performance at the Coronation Ball in McDougald-McClendon Gymnasium, Oct. 12 Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Miss SAB, Kawada King at the Block Party on Brant Street Plaza. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Chandre Crawford, senior at NCCU, enjoying herself at the Block Party on Brant Street Plaza. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Adonis Williams, Karlton Pugh, and Georgio Days enjoying their last year of Homecoming as an undergraduate at the Block Party on Brant Street Plaza. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Lanaysia Wilds, Alexis Faison, and Osheana at the Block Party on Brant Street Plaza. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Lyndon Bass and Jessica Watson posing for the camera at the Block Party on Bryant Street Plaza Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor
Lyndon Bass, NCCU Mr. SAB, and Jessica Watson, sophmore at NCCU enjoying the Block Party on Brant Street Plaza. Photo by Keyandra Cotton/Echo photo editor

PHOTO GALLERY: Elegant Homecoming Coronation followed by activity-filled block party

October 21, 2016

Highlights of NCCU’s Ultimate Homecoming included Wednesday night’s Coronation Ball and Thursday’s block party.

At the ball hundreds — including, even her parents — witnessed the winter wonderland themed coronation of senior Dajah Johnson as Miss NCCU.

Senior Patrick Minor was coronated as Mr. NCCU. The Royal Court for the freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior classes were also coronated.

Different organizations kings and queens were recognized as well. Before anyone was crowned they performed a show stopping routine to numerous songs.

The large crowd at the Block Party  held on Bryant Street Plaza enjoyed  activities, including food, a variety of games, and music provided by K97.5.

Alumni, students, and people from the country returned home to have a great time.

 

 

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