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ASU homecoming fashion show

ASU student walk the runway ASU student walk the runway
All proceeds benefit the ASU student life and activities All proceeds benefit the ASU student life and activities
Organizers say Judgement Day is their biggest event Organizers say Judgement Day is their biggest event
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany State University continued a week of homecoming events tonight with the third annual fashion showcase.

Hundreds of students came out tonight to see their classmates strut their stuff down the runway in a fashion show called Judgement Day.

Organizers say it's fun part of homecoming week.

"The students come out to see their friends, to support their friends. It's always one of our biggest homecoming events. We most of the time have people come out from the community, faculty and staff come to support it," says Alicia Bostick, an intern with the Office of Student Life and Activities.

A couple dozen students walked the catwalk and the event is a fundraiser for the Office of student life and activities.

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