The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge hit the campus of Case Western Reserve University Monday evening in a big way.

The incoming Class of 2018, 1,275 of them in number, had the opportunity to take the challenge at the DiSanto Football Field.

After being greeted for their orientation, the students were invited to the field for a class picture. The students formed the letters C-W-R-U for the photo, and then were invited to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

The challenge has taken the country by storm with people like Bill Gates and Lady Gaga taking to the H2O fundraising.

Most of the students ran for buckets of ice water and returned to formation to douse each other.

Bob McCullough, director of undergraduate admission, organized the event, no small feat as the idea to do the challenge took shape earlier in the day.

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