Engineering the winning chili — again!

David Root '10, Interim Dean of the College of Engineering & Science Katy Snyder, Ph.D., '89, '93 and chili chef Andy Wakeland '07 pose with the College's winning recipe.
David Root ’10, Interim Dean of the College of Engineering & Science Katy Snyder, Ph.D., ’89, ’93 and chili chef Andy Wakeland ’07 pose with the College’s winning recipe.

Nearly 300 alumni and friends gathered Feb. 24 on the McNichols Campus for an annual Titan tradition: Detroit Mercy’s Alumni Chili Cook-off.

Taste buds were sent into overdrive with pots of delicious chili created by teams of the University’s colleges, schools, and the Titan Club. After an afternoon of games and activities, ballots were counted and the College of Engineering & Science, this year represented by Andy Wakeland ’07, took home the coveted Cook-off trophy for the third year in a row.

The event included a men’s basketball game against Green Bay and even though the Titans lost 107-97, there was a lot of spirit shown.

Check out the photo gallery of the event online. Thanks to everyone who participated and came out to cheer on the Titans!

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