Day two of Homecoming Week: CAN-struction, Block Party, Beauty Bowl
November 4, 2015
To kick off day two of Homecoming Week, groups created a sculpture using canned goods and were judged for the Spirit Cup Competition. Throughout all the fun and competition, the groups collaborated with Metropolitan Volunteer Program to give back to the community.
To end the night, the Homecoming Board, Student Program Board and Residence Hall Association put together the Block Party giving students the opportunity to hang out, partake in various activities and experience the Beauty Bowl.
Delta Gamma and Kappa Alpha were busy stacking cans with MVP. | Photo by Justin Cross.
Zeta Tau Alpha and Pi Kappa Alpha collaborated to make a homecoming float from cans. | Photo by Justin Cross.
Kappa Sigma and Zeta Phi Beta showed their school spirit by building a huge Cougar sign out of cans. | Photo by Justin Cross.
Delta Gamma and Kappa Alpha stand with their finished stadium product. | Photo by Justin Cross.
Tau Kappa Epsilon and Chi Omega showed their homecoming spirit by constructing a massive football helmet from cans. | Photo by Justin Cross.
Nutrition major Stephanie Achonye and others played pin the Cougar paw on a Cougar. | Photo by Justin Cross.
Hotel and restaraunt management major Asia Blanton posed with Shasta and Sasha on inflatables. | Photo by Justin Cross.
SPB, Homecoming Board and RHA collaborated to creative a variety of activities for students to enjoy on day two of homecoming week. | Photo by Justin Cross.
Pre-business sophomore Alejandro Dolores prepares to take a sponge to the face as one of the activities at the Block Party. | Photo by Justin Tijerina.
Among the many activities, students can relax and decorate flags to display their school spirit. | Photo by Justin Tijerina
When hunger strikes, students wearing red were able to chow down on pizza, chips and more. | Photo by Justin Tijerina.
The Homecoming King and Queen nominees showed their Cougar pride through a series of chants. | Photo by Justin Tijerina.