Just about the time that homework is bogging you down and stressing you out, something comes to the rescue.The 1st Annual “To Hell With Homework” Homecoming party is coming to town.Forget about your homework on Oct. 24, and go to the pre-game party at the Walker County Fairgrounds at 9:30 p.m. This is the first Homecoming party that has reached Sam Houston’s campus and everyone on the campus and in the community is invited.Come out and visit with friends, dance and listen to great entertainment provided by Big Pokey and Tow Down. The party is hosted by 97.9 The Box’s, Houston’s own T-Gray and Troy Thomas.Thomas, a junior at SHSU, wanted to bring an enthusiastic environment to Huntsville and its surrounding areas. “This is the beginning of many entertainment events that I will bring to Huntsville,” said Thomas.”I feel like the college students are not reaping the full benefits of a real college Homecoming party,” he said.Ladies get in free until 10 p.m. Thomas expects the college community to support an activity of this magnitude, because it’s simply for them.”The fraternities and sororities have presented a very pleasant atmosphere for me to cater such an event to the students,” Thomas said.Thomas has publicized this event not only on 97.9 The Box, but has gone to other college campuses and distributed flyers.Students from surrounding college campuses are very enthusiastic about the event and cannot wait to attend.T-Gray is looking forward to coming down to Huntsville and putting on a show of this quality. “Every time I come to Huntsville, there’s always a big turn out and this time I expect the same. I hope that everyone will come out to this event,” Gray said.”Because events like this don’t happen all the time, I think it’s a great opportunity for Huntsville and the university to come see these groups perform,” he said.”Students and people need to take advantage of the hottest DJ coming from Houston,” said Gray.”This will be the biggest Homecoming party ever. I hope everyone attends and has a great time,” said Thomas.For more information on this event please contact Thomas at 832-423-1614.