On Wednesday, Sept. 29, students from the WKU Phi Gamma Delta fraternity chapter gathered on South Lawn to host a philanthropic water balloon war. Students paid $5 to participate, and all donations went towards The United Service Organizations. See how our photographers captured the event.

Jace Lancaster, a WKU junior and a member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity tosses water balloons onto a tarp on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Veronica Teeter)
The WKU chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity sets up to host the water ballon war at South Lawn as part of philanthropy week on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Veronica Teeter)
Colin Rogers (left) a WKU junior films sophomore Will Howard (right) as he hits Rogers’ GoPro with a water balloon on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Veronica Teeter)
Hundreds of water balloons were prepared for the water balloon war on South Lawn, part of philanthropy week hosted by the WKU chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity on Wednesday, Sept 29. (Photo by Arthur Trickett-Wile)
Participants rush towards water balloons on South Lawn on Wednesday, Sept. 29.
A participant in the water balloon war hosted by the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity takes aim on South Lawn on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Arthur Trickett-Wile)
A participant in the water balloon war hosted by the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity takes aim on South Lawn on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Arthur Trickett-Wile)
Two participants in the water balloon war on South Lawn wrestle each other on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Arthur Trickett-Wile)
Remnants from the water balloon war on South Lawn on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Veronica Teeter)
Members of the WKU chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity clean up the remnants of the water ballon war they hosted on South Lawn on Wednesday, Sept. 29. (Photo by Veronica Teeter)
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