Students fill Panther Nation

Joshua Yu | The Signal Students fill Central Park of Atlantic Station with Panther Pride.
Joshua Yu | The Signal
Students fill Central Park of Atlantic Station with Panther Pride.

Central Park in Atlantic Station came alive last night with Georgia State’s Panther Nation event. The entire area was enveloped with students showing their Panther pride. Festivities included competitions for prizes, a flash mob, and homecoming court hi-jinks. Students could also decorate their own pumpkin and get their faces

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Students DaVaughn Canterbury and Alexis Avery, both third-year students, posing after Avery took a pie to the face.

painted.

Genesis Moore, a second-year student, was the winner of the musical chairs competition and the recipient of two tickets for an R. Kelly concert. She said that she would be taking her mother to the concert with her.

In between events, a flash mob formed dancing to an old school hip hop record. Students, players, and cheerleaders all candidly joined in on the dance floor.

As a finale, after the homecoming court introduced themselves, they were all lined up and pies were thrown in their faces.

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I am currently a freshman at Georgia State University and the Associate Arts & Living Editor for The Signal. I'm majoring in journalism with a concentration in print and minoring in art. I enjoy taking photographs along with playing the guitar. Upon graduating, I hope to work as a travel photojournalist.

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