On October 17th, the GSC held their annual Fall Food Olympics on Ellicott Hall’s front lawn!
The first event in this year’s lineup was dizzybat. One partner spun around in a circle ten times while looking at the ground with their forehead on the butt of the bat and had to try and toss foam light bulbs into a bowl which their partner was holding. Teams then had to run to the second table where they were both blindfolded and one competitor had to try to spoonfeed chocolate pudding to his/her partner. It is needless to say that the partner feeding did not always meet the mouth of the partner eating with the pudding and messiness ensued. The last table featured a challenge that had students try to work an oreo into their mouth from their forehead without using their hands. The other partner had to work through a plate of whipped cream to find a candy corn hidden inside. After they were finished with their challenges, the partners had to team up for a three-legged-race to a light post while holding a spoon with a candy corn in it.
At the end of the day, over 30 students participated but there could only be one team that won; the team of Lara Fu and Carolyn Lane took home the day’s best time.
27 October 2014 - Nate Nenortas
Check out pictures from the event!