The Integrative Physiology Club will hold a Halloween field day Saturday at noon to raise money and bring students and teachers together outside of class.
“The main goal is for (integrative physiology) students and professors to get to know each other in a goofy, off-beat manner,” said Chelsey Stillman, a senior integrative physiology and Spanish major.
The fundraiser will consist of games, prizes, food, socializing and a costume contest. Prizes include gift certificates to Cheba Hut and Glacier Ice Cream.
The club is trying to form a scholarship for an undergraduate integrative physiology student who wants to pursue research, Stillman said. The event will contribute towards this goal.
“Field day is a great way for us to connect with the CU community, and it benefits an important cause,” said Courtney Ricci, a junior integrative physiology major.
Games take place at noon in the Balch Field House, and the costume contest is at 1 p.m. in Clare Small 111.
This event is open to the public and costs $5 per person.