PHOTO | Tara Espinoza
Yellow generators and students’ stomachs rumble in the Chambers parking lot as Tech officially kicked off the 2022 homecoming with food truck night, hosted by ATU’s Residence life.
A homecoming staple event for several years now, Food truck night is a favorite, where students can give their Tech Identification cards for a meal ticket, which they could turn in at one of six food trucks.
These businesses included Bragg’s Big Bites, Guerro’s Mexican food, Nach-yo Nacho’s, Jefferson’s Mobile Grill, Black Hound BBQ, and Chamber’s.
Free snow cones and macarons were also supplied to students.
“We have 2,000 total tickets, last year, we didn’t give out all the tickets, so we are expecting anywhere from 1,500 to 1,800 students tonight,” said Dr. Delton Gordon, Dean of Residence Life.
As the night came to a close, many students got the opportunity to enjoy food trucks, courtesy of Tech’s Residence life.