As Homecoming week continues at Jackson State University, one of America’s most popular morning shows is getting in on the action.
Per a release from the school, Good Morning America and co-anchor Michael Strahan will be filming live from the campus of Jackson State on Friday, October 21.
“We’re honored to host Good Morning America at Jackson State University and provide a glimpse of what Mississippi’s only urban research institution is all about,” President Thomas K. Hudson said. “Homecoming is an incredible time to bring students, faculty, and alumni together to celebrate our rich traditions and culture while being rejuvenated to continue our mission to challenge minds and change lives.”
The broadcast, which runs from 6 to 8 a.m. CT, will feature interviews with Tigers head football coach Deion Sanders, members of the Sonic Boom of The South, the Prancing J-Settes, JSU cheerleaders, as well as a handful of student leaders.
Following the broadcast of GMA, campus festivities will continue with the No. 6 Tigers facing off against Campbell on Saturday at 2 p.m. CT. For a full schedule of JSU Homecoming events, click here.
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