In your face

Andy Baez, senior business administration major, throws a pie in the face of Erynn Waltman, junior criminology major, Oct. 10 in the Vista La Verne courtyard. Alpha Omicron Pi sorority held Kids Get Arthritis Too, a 24-hour fund raising event, that included giant coloring pages, finger painting, slime making, corn hole and the chance to throw pies in the sorority members’ faces. All proceeds for the event went to the Arthritis Foundation. / photo by Celeste Drake
Andy Baez, senior business administration major, throws a pie in the face of Erynn Waltman, junior criminology major, Oct. 10 in the Vista La Verne courtyard. Alpha Omicron Pi sorority held Kids Get Arthritis Too, a 24-hour fund raising event, that included giant coloring pages, finger painting, slime making, corn hole and the chance to throw pies in the sorority members’ faces. All proceeds for the event went to the Arthritis Foundation. / photo by Celeste Drake

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