Photoblog: Valentines Day open dorms and Galentine's event

Grace Lotheridge, Staff Photographer

Valentines Day, one of the most anticipated holidays for all ages, was welcomed with open dorms and Galentine's, an event only for women that offered food and entertainment. Open dorms offered a unique chance to spend time with friends and special sweethearts at NGU, while Galentine's offered food, a romantic movie and a framed picture of Channing Tatum, a crowd favorite.

Daniel Roberts and Dillon Davis, both Christian Studies majors, are on R.A. duty with Tucker Barnes, an outdoor leadership major, and his valentine Stevie Martin, an Elementary ed major.

Daniel Roberts and Dillon Davis, both Christian Studies majors, are on R.A. duty with Tucker Barnes, an outdoor leadership major, and his valentine Stevie Martin, an Elementary ed major.

Nisa Navarro, an interdisciplinary English and communication major, Hannah Bate, a linguistics and English major, Ashia Davenport, a criminal justice and linguistics major and their guests Lily, Shawn, and Nancy enjoy the open dorms with a card game.

Nisa Navarro, an interdisciplinary English and communication major, Hannah Bate, a linguistics and English major, Ashia Davenport, a criminal justice and linguistics major and their guests Lily, Shawn, and Nancy enjoy the open dorms with a card game.

Anna Clair and her bestie Rachel Buko, both biology majors, waiti on more friends to arrive for open dorms.

Anna Clair and her bestie Rachel Buko, both biology majors, waiti on more friends to arrive for open dorms.

Olivia Katrosh is with her valentine Joel Dickey.

Olivia Katrosh is with her valentine Joel Dickey.

Junior Mary Margaret Shelley and sophomores Allysa Yeater and Sarah Byrd enjoyi the scenery at the Galentines event.   

Junior Mary Margaret Shelley and sophomores Allysa Yeater and Sarah Byrd enjoyi the scenery at the Galentines event.

 

John Andrews, a Christian studies major, sneaks into Galentine's for the food.

John Andrews, a Christian studies major, sneaks into Galentine's for the food.

Hayden Harris, Christy Owenby and Emily Barnhill wish Channing Tatum was actually there.

Hayden Harris, Christy Owenby and Emily Barnhill wish Channing Tatum was actually there.

Kady Floyd, business administration major, and Morgan Bryant ,a CWAL major, admire the masterpiece.

Kady Floyd, business administration major, and Morgan Bryant ,a CWAL major, admire the masterpiece.

Sophomores Emily Brown, Caroline Cabell, Caroline Kirkland, and senior Jonathan Shorter, enjoy the rule change that allowed guys to come in before the movie.

Sophomores Emily Brown, Caroline Cabell, Caroline Kirkland, and senior Jonathan Shorter, enjoy the rule change that allowed guys to come in before the movie.