Booths offer food and fun

The crowds came from far and wide and enjoyed a beautiful day with some of Eastern’s best clubs.

From SIFE to baseball, Precious Movements to Habitat for Humanity, Eastern’s community was out in full form at various booths and stands during Homecoming.

Spanning nearly the entire length of Gough Hill, students, parents and alumni were able to interact with a wide variety of student groups, and student groups had the chance to do much-needed fundraising.

Sports teams offered shirts for sale, while other clubs sold jewelry or other forms of merchandise.

Some decided to feed the hungry by offering things like cheesesteaks, pretzels, snow-cones and even grilled kabobs. The Templeton Honors College table sold different kinds of chili prepared by each class and took votes for the best one. The sophomores received the most votes for theirs.

One of the most popular booths was one in which students were given the opportunity to throw whipped cream pies at several members of Eastern’s SGA, including Executive President Jared Bass and Treasurer Rob Caruso.

The most intriguing moment of the day may have been the Eastern Eagle escaping from Habitat for Humanity’s fundraising jail.

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