CU hosted its second ALT Night last Friday night, October 27. It featured a variety of activities, including caricatures, laser tag, and pumpkin carving. The movie shown was the 2000 football film, “Remember The Titans”, and student leaders passed out pumpkin doughnut holes from Bill’s Donuts to be enjoyed during the film and festivities. Rinnova also offered a specialty drink called the “Titan”.
– photos by Anna Pizarro
The line for the caricature table began forming about 20 minutes before ALT activities even began, as students eagerly awaited the cartoon sketches. Artists left to right: senior Berkeley Benson, freshman Anastasia Bisel, and Morgan O’Neil.
Sophomore Olivia Taylor (left) enjoys a night of pumpkin carving with her friends.
Freshman Grant Call (right) and sophomore Josh Gazica (left) proudly display their matching “moose” and “pi” pumpkin carvings.
SCAB workers greet and hand out BIll’s pumpkin doughnut holes to students in Stinger’s, where Remember The Titans would be shown at 7:30. Left to right: SGA vice president, senior Mojade Adejokun; junior Ryan Smith, and Campus Community Committee leader, junior Indhira Adames.
As is the custom, Rinnova, CU’s student-led coffee shop, offered a specialty drink themed to fit the movie. This ALT Night’s drink, the “Titan”, was a cinnamon latte with a double shot of espresso.