Sunday, the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority hosted its inaugural Color Wars event, where fraternities and sororities teamed up to compete in a series of field day activities in Memory Mall on the UCF campus.
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One of the events was a barrel walk, where one contestant had to carry a member of their team on their back while holding another team member by their legs as that teammate walked on their hands to complete the relay.
Another event was a marshmallow relay, which required the contestants to spin around five times, then run to the end of the field and lie down while a marshmallow was dropped in their mouth along with chocolate syrup, and then run back to the other end and tag in their next teammate.
In addition to the games, students could buy snow cones, body and face paint, participate in an Oxygen bar and visit several other stations, all which yielded proceeds to Kappa Alpha Theta’s official philanthropy, Court Appointed Special Advocates (C.A.S.A.)
The event’s chairwoman, Carly Griffo, was pleased to see such a great turnout at the event’s first year, and hopes for continued success in the future.