Take a look back at previous MU Homecoming traditions, history

Friday, October 26, 2012 | 1:22 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — MU Homecoming enlivens a fall week in Columbia each year with long-held traditions such as the parade, Greektown house decorations and the big football game. As you make your plans for this weekend, check out the Missourian's Homecoming coverage from previous years to recall your favorite activities and reflect on some history behind the celebration.

For more information on this year's homecoming festivities and a complete schedule of events, download our guide to the 2012 MU Homecoming.

How do you plan on celebrating MU's 101st Homecoming? Show us your Homecoming photos by posting on our Facebook wall, emailing us at or tweeting to @CoMissourian.

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