Phi Alpha Delta Hosts “Death by Chocolate”

Death by chocolate—what a yummy way to go!
For chocolate lovers around the area, the William Woods University chapter of Phi Alpha Delta will host an all-you-can-eat style chocolate buffet Tuesday, Nov.4, in the Nielsen Room of Tucker Dining Hall on campus.

From 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., patrons can nibble, savor or devour all the chocolate in the room. Cost is $5 for anyone dining in or $8 to fill up a to-go box.

Phi Alpha Delta is a scholastic legal fraternity that prepares members for future endeavors in the legal field. Activities include classes on the LSAT, Mock Trials and speakers. The organization is sponsored by Cynthia Kramer, chair of the legal studies department at William Woods.

All the money from the sweet fund-raiser will support the Mock Trial teams’ competition in the Phi Alpha Delta national tournament in Washington, D.C. The WWU chapter will take 12 students to the November competition.

The teams hope to duplicate the success they had last year when they swept the National Mock Trial Championship in Chicago. Beating out teams from the University of Arizona, University of Arkansas, University of New Mexico, Pepperdine University, Concord College, InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico and Pasadena City College, WWU’s two teams claimed both first and second place.