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Let's Hear It for the Band
October 23, 2012
Homecoming 2012 is just a memory now, but the Alumni Marching Band lives on in perpetuity. Each year at Homecoming, these musical alumni reunite at the Big House to relive the camaraderie, pride, and joy that comes with marching in one of the most prestigious bands in American college history. In this clip, produced by the University of Michigan Alumni Association, band members old and young reflect on this life-changing experience.
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