Tennessee State University continued its Homecoming tradition of celebration the Royals of Mister and Miss Tennessee State University (TSU) on October 16th. The new Coronation took place on campus in Kean Hall. After the crowning of the 90th Miss TSU Jayda Crisp, and 29th Mister TSU Daymr More the Royals walked down the aisle in a prestige style in the school’s colors of blue and white.
Many past Mister and Miss TSU’s were in attendance to to welcome our new royals.
The next afternoon a luncheon for all former and present Miss TSU’s took place at the TSU President Glenda Glover’s house. Starting at 4 P.M. the luncheon gave all of the former Miss TSU’s the chance to spend time together.
In attendance was 93 year old Queen Harriet Johnson making her the oldest living Miss TSU. Johnson believes all Miss TSU’s should enter the position to learn and go forth in serving leadership. “You’re never to old to serve somebody, even if it’s just giving an encouraging word to a child or offering a smile to someone or feeding a hungry person.” Johnson continued, “In life, always find a way to be of service that’s what I attribute my longevity to.”
It was a very family oriented event, that was successful in making all of the past and present Miss TSU’s feel a sense of togetherness in leadership.