2003 NSU Homecoming Tour Review
Supported by Norfolk State University, one of the historically blackcolleges and universities in the United States, "Experiencing NSU Homecoming for Japanese People" was held between October 30 and November 3, 2003.
It was the first time for the Japanese participants to see HBCUs. The following is the travel review that the Japanese people experienced.
The participants arrived to Norfolk International Airport. A NSU staff also came to welcomed them.
October 30, 9 PM
October 31 in the Morning
Photo Opportunity with Miss NSU 2003-2004. The Japanese participants kept telling the Miss NSU, " You are so Beautiful!"
October 31, 5 PM
A participant took a picture with the Vice President for student affairs, Mr. Larry Curtis (right) and Special Assistant to the President, Ms. Jacqueline Curtis (Center).
The participants hold NSU T-shirts that were given by NSU.
The Japanese participants visited the NSU radio station, WNSB. WNSB is one of the popular radio stations in the Hampton Road area.
November 1, 9 AM
Wearing the NSU T-shirts, the Japanese people also looked like NSU cheer leaders!
November 1, 1 PM
It was their first time to see the live football game!
Marching bands also entertained the Japanese people. Even though NSU lost the game, the Japanese participants enjoyed and impressed with the game.
The Japanese participants also enjoyed step show, Sunday church service, and gospel performance. All partipants said " I have never had such unique and precious experience before."
If you are international students and thinking about studying at a black college, it will be a great opportunity to see the real life at the black college.
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