Jesus College has been gripped by a mania of pie-throwing following the announcement of the official start of ‘Pie Week’ by JCR Social Secretary Chris Smith. Suspense has been high since the appearance of an enigmatically-worded event on the termly Jesus College Social Calendar.The ‘Pie Week’ rules were outlined by Smith in an email sent to the JCR. Participants have to sign a register before being allowed to purchase the pies from the ‘Official Pie Stand’. Pies can only be thrown at those, and by those, who sign the register.Other rules stated, “If one suspects they are about to be Pie-d they must shout “PIE” at the supposed Pie-er. If the accusation is true and the accused be guilty and has a Pie in hand, the failed Pie-er must self pie to the face. On the second occasion with the same hypothetical Pie-ee and failed Pie-er, the self-pie can be to the crotch (at the Pie-ee’s discretion). Pie-ing is an ancient sport of stealth and this rule ensures only Pie’s (sic) of style are successful; punishing the weak (at pieing).”The pies cost 50p and consist of tin-foil trays filled with whipped cream. All money raised goes to charity. Chris Smith stated in the email, “This does mean with each pie you launch you are slowly becoming a better person.”The event has not been uncontroversial. Chris Smith commented, “We were quickly banned from pieing in hall after a student’s aerial pie coated much of a table.”Emilia Carslaw, a second year Classicist, told Cherwell, “it’s been an ex-cream-ly pie-olent few days in Jesus, full of pie-rannical pie-racy. We have all been living in fear, terri-pie-d of the moment the next attack will occur.”All money raised goes to the charity Schistosomiasis Control Iniative (SCI).
2) Japan’s Largest Steel Producer Adding Operations in Shelby County // June 21, 2016. Governor Mike Pence and Shelbyville Mayor Tom DeBaun join executives from Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Japan’s largest steel producer, as the company announces plans to establish operations in Shelbyville, creating up to 70 new jobs by 2021. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail 3) Governor Pence Joins INDOT and State and Local Officials to Kick Off Construction on $92 Million in I-69 Improvements // June 22, 2016. Governor Mike Pence joins State Senator Jim Merritt and local leaders from Fishers, Noblesville and Pendleton to kick off construction on a $92 million project to modernize Interstate 69 in Hamilton and Madison counties. 4) Governor Pence Visits Fort Wayne’s Shepherd’s House // June 22, 2016. Governor Mike Pence visits and tour Shepherd’s House, a transitional living center for homeless veterans struggling with addiction, in Fort Wayne. There, he honors Lonnie and Barb Cox, the founders of Shepherd’s House, with a Sagamore of the Wabash, one of the state’s highest civilian honors. 5) Governor Hosts Mile With Mike at Capital Campout // June 24, 2016. Governor Mike Pence hosts a Mile with Mike event at the Department of Natural Resources’ Capital Campout at Fort Harrison State Park. The Capital Campout is one of more than a dozen outdoor camping experiences hosted by governors across the nation to promote outdoor recreation as part of Great Outdoors Month 2016. 1) Governor Pence Opens IHSAA Student Leadership Conference // June 21, 2016. Governor Mike Pence speaks to a crowd of student athletes from across the state at the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Student Leadership Conference at Plainfield High School about the value of leadership on and off the field.
Alexa Rosen was crowned 2014’s Miss Night in Venice on Tuesday.The public chose Rosen by donating the most money to charity in her name. In this contest, votes are cast in the form of dollars and coins dropped in donation buckets at local businesses bearing each candidate’s photograph.The contest raised money for four charities: the HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers, the Ocean City Ecumenical Council Food Cupboard, the Sunshine Foundation for chronically ill children and the Ocean City High School After-Prom.Rosen was sponsored by Johnson’s Popcorn.The other top contestants were:1st Runner Up: Gabriel Building Group, Shannon Jackson2nd Runner Up: Shriver’s Salt Water Taffy & Fudge, Erin McMurray3rd Runner Up: Uncle Bill’s Pancake House, Charity Beckert4th Runner Up: Obadiah’s & Yesterday’s, Lauren Greiner