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Photo Essay: Once a Bison, Always a Bison. 

Howard University hosted its first in-person homecoming since the pandemic, with the hopes of reminding those in attendance of who the real HU is. And as usual, Howard alum sought to show up and show out. Once a bison, always a bison.

Howard University’s Yardfest, the first in-person concert since 2019.
From left to right Howard alumni Derrick Sessoms and Charles with Morgan State Alum Kelsey Blake. 
Howard alumnae Ayanna Bready and Depelshia Thomas McGruder.
From left to right Howard University’s Class of 2015 alumnae Alexis Wiffen, Adrienne White, and Camille Little.
Carmen Ford, Class of 2020 living out all her post-pandemic dreams, finally back on The Yard.
Class of 2016 and 2018 finally reunited on The Yard during Yardfest 2022.
When the love for HU is so real you have to rep from head to toe, literally! Go big or go home.

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