Adrienne G. (2L)
October 23rd brought one of UST’s most vicious annual competitions. No, not Moot Court, Law Review or OCI. This was the University of St. Thomas School of Law’s Annual Inter-Class Football Game, though I personally believe both “Student v. Student Football” and “Class Warfare” might serve as acceptable alternative titles.
This time-honored tradition organized by SGA and the Social Committee (two wonderful groups of people) pits A section against B section (1Ls) against 2Ls against 3Ls, gives them the opportunity to brawl out their pent-up frustrations on the field all day, and then drink beers together and make friends again. It’s fun to play, fun to watch and comes with a cool t-shirt.
I have much more to show than to write on this event, so enjoy the pictures. I will include that despite the valiant efforts of Team Purple 2Ls (ok, ok, so I’m totally and absolutely biased) the 3L Red Team took the championship this year and won… well, I have absolutely no idea what the prize is, or if one even exists. They won, defeating Section B in the final game. Huzzah!
Bravo for all of the players and fans and people who brought coolers, and thanks to the UST undergrad football team for allowing us to run around on their field for awhile one Saturday a year. Everyone was very photogenic, so thanks for that, too. Cheers!