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PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia College welcomes students with party

Wednesday, August 24, 2011 | 9:54 p.m. CDT; updated 10:51 p.m. CDT, Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Matt Carson, in front, a freshman at Columbia College, competes in the human sundae competition during a welcome back party outside of Miller Hall on Wednesday. Drew Kerns, a sophomore, puts ice cream, whipped cream, sprinkles, cake and cherries on top of Carson's head. "It's so cold," Carson said as chocolate syrup was poured down his head.

COLUMBIA— Residential Life at Columbia College held a party for students Wednesday outside Miller Hall. Among the events were an egg toss, string fights and human ice cream sundaes.

Students at Columbia College slide down a plastic tarp covered with soap and water at a welcome back party outside of Miller Hall on Wednesday.
From left, Drew Kerns with his partner Matt Carson, and Brittany Candler with her partner Emily Wetzel, participate in the human sundae competition during a welcome back event at Columbia College outside Miller Hall on Wednesday. Kerns and Carson won the competition.
Columbia College freshman Taylor Marino's back is covered with chocolate syrup, cherries and whipped cream on Wednesday at a welcome back event outside of Miller Hall on the school's campus.
Students at Columbia College used soap to clean off gobs of shaving cream, silly string, ice cream and other party essentials during a welcome back event held outside of Miller Hall on the school's campus on Wednesday.

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