A Halloween celebration, the Orange and Black Affair will take place on Wed., Oct. 31, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the Gally Commons on campus.

In light of fun for the holiday, JU’s Student Government Association will be hosting many festivities. There will be a costume contest, for which winners will be drawn at 8:00 p.m. In addition to the costume contest, there will be several other fun happenings of the evening, including: karaoke, a haunted house, a photo booth, candy, corn hole, 9 Square, Kanjam, pumpkin painting, and a pumpkin launch.

Mallory Galloway, an SGA member, encourages all of campus to participate.

“Orange and Black is a time to come together, enjoy some fall spirit and have a good time as a community,” Galloway said.

She wants everyone to join in on the fun.

“Having the time to be able to just have some fun and kind of ‘be a kid’ again is refreshing, and everyone should take advantage of it,” Galloway said. “So come be a part of it.”

Matt Mangrum, another SGA member, is most excited about the pumpkin launch.

“We are going to launch pumpkins with a 3-person slingshot from the top of the hill (near the chapel) down the street and see which one goes farther,” Mangrum said.

“We are going to be doing this by class, kind of like the Preacher Grand Prix. Each class will assemble some sort of a team and will get 3 pumpkins to shoot. The farthest one will win.”

This part of the event will take place at 7:15 p.m.

Posted by Mina Blaylock

Mina Blaylock is a sophomore at Johnson University, a private, Christian college in East Tennessee. She is studying English, with a concentration in Writing and Rhetoric. This is her second semester writing for the Royal Scribe, her school's online media publication.

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