Senior Noah Scibbe has an extra special way to celebrate his final Homecoming Week as an IU undergraduate: he’s been named to Homecoming Court.
Scibbe, a Secondary Social Studies Education major, called his nomination exciting and humbling. He is also no stranger to the pomp of IU celebrations: Scibbe is a member of the famed Marching Hundred and this year rose to the rank of Drum Major. He’s been a part of a marching band since high school, where he was also Drum Major for two years. Having that position in the Marching Hundred was a dream he realized this year.
“Being a Drum Major is a lot of work but always manageable when I have a plan set ahead of time,” he pointed out. “Some of the responsibilities include keeping track of time during rehearsal, blowing whistles, practicing my mace spinning routines for every new halftime show in addition to practice our pre-game routine and countless other small things that happen behind the scenes.”