Bolt-Heyns-Timmer looks for upset on Chaos Day

Photo by Anna Delph.
Photo by Anna Delph.

For those who think that Bolt-Heyns-Timmer’s (BHT) enthusiasm for Chaos Day has dwindled, guess again, warns second Timmer’s resident assistant Maria-Renee Plona.

“We have been waking up at the crack of dawn to run 90-minute drills, we ration residents’ food for the optimum diet and we strengthen our minds through mental workouts while holding the Duke to harness its power,” she revealed.

“Second Timmer is a brand-new all girls underclassmen floor to give us even more strength.”

Despite concerns about the veterans in Schultze-Eldersveld (SE), the BHT staff carries with it multiple past Chaos Day winners who are ready to bring their expertise to the competition.

“We have what it takes this year to bounce back and triumph,” said Plona.

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