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Chili Fundraiser Feast

Students partake in annual Homecoming Chili Fundraiser.

Chili, nachos, hot dogs, cornbread…

Who’s hungry? 

On Sept. 21, the cafeteria buzzed with noise as students, faculty and other community members alike lined up to get their food.  

Chili Dinner began at 6:15 p.m., after the Homecoming Parade but before the Bonfire began. Stalls of food were set up, offering a variety of chilis, hot dogs and nachos.

Decorated with drawn-on chili peppers and sparkles, the Chili Dinner menu is displayed at the cafeteria entrance Sept. 21. The pictures of offered dishes included prices and deals. (media by Bella Lin)

Students purchased cornbread, sodas and other beverages to accompany their main dishes. Cookies and other baked goods were wrapped with ribbons, and a separate section for vegan options was also included. Menu choices all remained under seven dollars, and paying options included cash, card and Venmo. 

Money raised in the event was donated to Choir, whose members manned the food stalls. They wore Choir shirts while handing out bowls of the hot chili.

 “It’s impressive how they keep this event going every year and the impact it has on the community,” Ashley Chang ’26 said.

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