Homecoming kicks off with window painting, dunk tank
Student groups participated in window painting in the Mohr Student Center, and Athletics sponsored a dunk tank over the lunch hour on October 3. Many other Homecoming events are planned for October 4-6.
Last modified on Oct. 10th, 2012 at 1:13pm by Kellie Doyle.
Student groups were assigned a Disney character to paint in the Mohr Student Center during “Disney Designs” window painting, including Peter Pan, Mulan, and Ariel.
Participants used computers, phones, and print-outs of famous Disney characters as references to help them with their paintings.
This student group had big plans for their window painting of Cinderella, complete with pumpkins.
The paintings were very involved and required many colors and types of brushes.
T.R. Bell, women’s soccer coach, was one of six faculty and staff members who agreed to be dunked.
T.R. Bell, women's soccer coach, was one of six faculty and staff members who agreed to be dunked. He was quite the heckler.
The rainy day did not stop students from watching their coaches, professors, and staff members get soaked.
Students could enjoy a root beer float as they watched or waited for a turn to throw.
Students each got three throws per turn. Determined, many took multiple turns throughout the event.
Library Director Jim Cubit teased students who dunked him that they should beware of losing their usernames and passwords.
Liz Snider of the Gates Center was the last to take a turn in the tank.