Wednesday, Oct. 31 saw a lot of activity on the FRCC campus. Various events filled the day such as the Halloween party in the SOC and the Halloween lecture in the Rocky Mountain Room. However, the main event was the costume contest held by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society that lasted from 1-2 p.m.
Located in the Rotunda, the costume contest had its fair share of popularity among the rest of the ongoing events that day. It started with a cast of judges and contestants raring to get the competition going.
Nick Eichner, who sported an Army officer uniform, won first place amongst his peers.
“It feels great that I won,” said Eichner. “I didn’t think I was going to. I thought ‘what the heck, I’m right here, let’s have fun with it.’ So, I got dragged into it [participating in the contest] with everyone else in the game room, and we all thought it would be fun.”
Likewise, the organizers of the event had the same thoughts with the results.
“This is the first time we’ve done this kind of thing,” said Julia Petteway of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society regarding the launch of the contest. “It was fun and went pretty well! I think we might make it a tradition.”
Photos by Conrad Sperosen