submitted by ThePeter on Thursday, March 19 at 11:37 AM
The Centennial Campus Challenge (CCC) is a new event for the College of Engineering this year, designed to promote student life and community on Centennial Campus. For five nights from March 22nd till March 27th, engineering students will camp out on the Oval on Centennial Campus. Register a team for the Challenge with your student organization or a group of friends. The goal of the Challenge competition is to build points by participating in activities and camping out during the week.
You must register to be allowed to camp out any night of the week. Cost of registration is $10. Participation is allowed in any single day event simply by showing up with events such as Movie Night and Carnival Day. Cost of Pig Pickin' on Sunday, March 22nd without registration is $5.
An Engineers’ Ball will be held on Friday and tickets will be available at a first-come, first-serve basis to the first 130 registrants at $5 per person. Extra tickets will be made available afterwards.
"An Engineers’ Ball will be held on Friday and tickets will be available at a first-come, first-serve basis to the first 130 registrants at $5 per person. Extra tickets will be made available afterwards. "
sounds like a big snore fest if you ask me. we all know half the engineering students are to socially awkward to get dates anyway. The ones that can are doubtful to attend anyway.
We're having a Carnival Day tomorrow, bringing out a bunch of blow up contraptions like moon bounce, joust, and I believe a moon walk. We will also be showing The Dark Knight out doors in the Oval at night!
Its been pretty fun. We get a pretty good female turn out since a lot of CHE is girls, but its all about having fun on Centennial anyway. Its been great to take a break and go toss a frisbee or vortex football around, or chill out at night by the fire and cook marshmellows and shit.
Tonight we're having some food brought in and BBQing it plus flying around little remote control helicopters, watching some basketball in various rooms of EB1 and there might be some game consoles set up.