Resident assistants in Reese, Humes and Morrill halls are sponsoring

programs this week to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

Today, Reese Hall will have a dunking booth to give students the chance to

sink University of Tennessee Police Department officers and ticket writers.

Chief of Police Ed Yovella will also be on hand.

The cost for the event is $1 for three throws and will take place from 3-5

p.m.

The event will continue on Saturday from 12 p.m. until gametime, and

continue Sunday from 12 p.m. until sundown.

Humes Hall will also participate in the event, offering face-painting on

Saturday before the Alabama game.

Sign ups for "Murder in Morrill," an upcoming Halloween event sponsored by

resident assistants, will also be held until Sunday.