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How do I get updates about events?

  • Join the Off Campus Hogs Facebook page, all updates are posted there
  • Text the Yellow pot at (214) 801-5965 for text updates

Who can come to Bonfire?

  • Everyone is welcome at Bonfire as long as they are safe. The more, the merrier! However, any participant who doesn't follow the safety guidelines set forth by Student Bonfire leadership will be asked to leave.

Current Leadership of 2018 (from left to right)

Paige Manel- Crew Chief

Taylor Otter- Chair

Jack Gunn- Yellow Pot
Reagan Hovey- Crew Chief
Will Corn- Crew Chief

What are the "pots"?

The pot types determines the leadership hierarchy.

  • Red pot- The coordinators and safety advisers for bonfire as a whole
  • Brown pot- The rank below redpots that handle the chainsaws
  • Green pot- The female upper leadership position. They handle the paperwork, attendance, and records for bonfire
  • Yellow pot- The coordinators and safety advisers for individual crews.
  • Chief/Chair- The leadership that are below the yellowpots (3-5 per crew).

What do Off Campus Hogs have to do with bonfire?

  • Bonfire participants are broken down into several different Crews. These crews are generally comprised of students who live in the same dorm or are in the same corps outfit. The Off Campus Hogs is a crew made up of Bonfire participants who live off campus; however anyone is welcome. 

Frequently Asked Questions


What is Student Bonfire?

  • Student Bonfire is an organization of students working together to build and burn the annual pre-Thanksgiving Bonfire. It is being a part of a community, making friends that will last forever, and keeping a tradition alive. For more information visit: http://www.studentbonfire.com/

What supplies do I need?

  • A pot (the helmet). These can be found at college depot, military depot, and many military supply stores. Don't get the ones with a chin strap.
  • Steel toe boots
  • A pair of jeans and t-shirt you don't care about (these are known as your grodes) that have no holes larger than a quarter on them.
  • $5 for your "cut card" which can be provided at cut class or at cut.