Winterfest getting student involved (copy)

The annual Winterfest will be held virtually from 4-7 p.m. Jan. 21 on Redbird Life. The event will allow students to learn about the registered student organizations on ISU's campus.

Winter Fest will be held virtually this year from 4-7 p.m. Jan. 21 to help students learn about the variety of registered student organizations on campus.

The event will be on the Redbird Life homepage when students log in. Representatives from different RSOs on campus will share information on how students can get involved. 

While the free event is to be online there are still going to be giveaways and prizes, and those who RSVP and attend will be entered to win Redbird Life joggers, a hoodie or a T-shirt. 

Leading up to Winter Fest there will also be a free hot cocoa grab & go event from noon to 3 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Student Involvement Center. Those who stop by will get a free Redbird Life mug and hot chocolate mix (while supplies last).

Those who may need an accommodation to fully participate in Winter Fest can contact the Dean of Students Office at (309) 438-2008 or by emailing DeanofStudents@IllinoisState.edu.

ANDREA RICKER is Features Editor The Vidette. She can be contacted at arricke@ilstu.edu Follower her on Twitter at @ricker_andrea    


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