The Pride Comes Home for 2022 Homecoming

Emily Barrett, associate director of communications
The marching band performs on the field at Homecoming.

Widener’s vibrant community, rich history, and beloved traditions were at the center of this year’s Homecoming celebration. 

The weeklong celebrations brought alumni and students – from PMC alumni to first-year students -- to the university’s Chester campus and nearby for a series of events including professional development workshops, program reunions, the athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and a lively Homecoming Tailgate Village. 

Take a look at some photos and figures from this year’s celebration.

3,200+ People at the Tailgate Village
80+ Brooms for the Annual Broom Drill
30+ Volunteers
30 Campus-Wide Events
23 Academic & Student-Run Tents at the Tailgate Village
6 Students in the Homecoming Court
5 Food Trucks
Many Roars
1 Pride

Students cheer in the stands at Homecoming.
Stacey Robertson is seen laughing through streamers hanging off a decorated golf cart.
Lt. Col. James Pascoe inspects brooms during the broom drill.
A football holds his helmet overhead and cheers for the team.
A parent cheers in the stands at Homecoming.
Two individuals embrace at the Homecoming Tailgate Village.
An alumnus sits in the stands and the back of his shirt reads "our tradition, our story, our legacy."

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