Good Friday Party
The Good Friday Party is a themed party that first debuted in Winter Term of 2007 in Seymour 2 in order to commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ.
Photocopies from biblical coloring books were posted in the halls for artistic entertainment, and events such as Pin the Nail on the Crucifix and Bible Races where pocket bibles, the same pocket bibles controversially distributed in Seymour Union, were raced along suspended string. Rumor held that a piñata of Jesus Christ himself was to appear at the party, however unforeseen circumstances, namely the fear of sacreligious punishment, prevented its arrival. However, blood was transubstantiated into other fluids inside a chalice, which is good enough.
The event was widely considered a success, as was the next night, when Lent ended, and a substantial amount of Knox College was yet again allowed to indulge in substances for the first time in 40 days and 40 nights.