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UACCH Phi Theta Kappa Exceeds Goal for Can Good Collection & Instructors Follow Through with Wacky Pledges

October 23, 2013

In response to Hope In Action’s need for canned goods, UACCH’s Phi Theta Kappa held a canned food drive on the UACCH campus, with a goal of collecting over 1,000 cans.  Two Phi Theta Kappa club sponsors added an incentive for the students, one by pledging to teach in a dress and the other to color his hair pink if the 1,000 can goal was met. The pictures below could be interpreted in many ways, but it may best said that one should not voice a challenge to UACCH students that one is not willing to follow through. These pictures tell the story –UACCH students are dedicated to over-achieving on tasks they set their minds to.

Pictured to the right is UACCH English instructor, Mr. Jason Chism, wearing a lovely pink dress and white sweater, accented by a pink scarf, black leggings, and the grey and white lace-up sneakers. Mr. Chism wanted to say a special thank you to the hair and make-up artist who perfected his curls for the long day of lecturing.

Pictured to above is UACCH English instructor, Mr. Jason Chism, wearing a lovely pink dress and white sweater, accented by a pink scarf, black leggings, and the grey and white lace-up sneakers. Mr. Chism wanted to say a special thank you to the hair and make-up artist who perfected his curls for the long day of lecturing.

Pictured above is UACCH history instructor, Michael Cox.  Mr. Cox is proud to be an instructor at UACCH so the smile is a normal part of his day. The fluorescent pink hair, however, is in response to the pledge he made to the students regarding the ongoing canned food drive.