TJSL Halloween Bash
November 15, 2014
Celebrities, superheroes, wild animals and imagination descended upon the Hard Rock Hotel for SBA’s annual Halloween gala on Friday, October 24th. It was certainly a successful event and fundraiser for SBA’s Barrister’s Ball in February 2015. SBA ensured that students and alumni received VIP treatment by supplying partygoers with an hour long open bar and an awesome reserved space, which paved the way for some seriously sensational dancing throughout the evening. In summary, the atmosphere was aphrodisiacal, the costumes were memorable, and the event was magical.
WHAT WAS SPOOKTACULAR:
Oh my! What a brilliant idea. I heard that one forward-thinking student ordered four gin and tonics, and didn’t have to pay for a drink for the rest of the night. #protipsyallz. Let’s be honest, we needed a night to relax and de-stress, and this was a nice touch to our broken law-school wallets.
Glittery unicorns? CHECK. A Rastaman, Fight Club members, Green Ivy, sassy detectives and Caribbean pirates? YUP. Kitty cats, and their pot- bellied animal control chasers? AFFIRMATIVE. It was nothing short of brilliant imaginations coming together for a night of pretending to be your inner- superhero, nerd, cowboy, or creepy Halloween victim.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
The venue was located in the heart of San Diego’s Gaslamp District, a mere 6 blocks from the TJSL campus. No cabs or Uber necessary for downtown TJ students! Safe and cheap, just the way we like it!
WHAT WAS NOT SPOOKTACULAR:
DJ’S PLAYING THE SAME MUSIC
While TJSL’s very own DJ Kenya “murdered” the dance floor with her eclectic beats, some sources confirmed that the DJ’s musical decisions were questionable. But even if so, its more likely that DJ Kenya’s performance was so life-altering that any follow-up performance, be it Tiesto or Pauly D, would have been a letdown.
Innocent until proven guilty! Oy. C’mon, we’re better than that!
The jury deliberated and the verdict is in: SBA knows how to throw an incendiary Halloween party. For those who know, the result was as expected. Many thanks to TJSL’s SBA for organizing and coordinating an exquisite evening of supernatural mania.