|ISU to ‘Go Wild’ with spirit|
|Written by Nellie Romanowski, Senior Staff|
|Monday, 04 March 2013 16:27|
University Program Board (UPB) is collaboratively hosting a wild night of fun with Campus Recreation to pump students up for Spring Break, which is only a week away.
“Spirit Gone Wild” is a program in which students can be a part of a variety of fun activities, paired with a chance to talk with representatives from Student Health Services about safe practices for Spring Break behavior.
UPB and Campus Recreation will host the program and provide free giveaways, henna tattoos and a plethora of food.
Ryan Fernandez, spirit chairperson for UPB, is looking forward to spending the night with all students in attendance at the program.
“Some of what we are offering will include a pool party, green screen photos and free pizza,” Fernandez said.
Students will also have the opportunity to be a part of human bowling.
The event will give students a chance to hang out with their friends before going away for the week, along with learning more about safe practices for the upcoming break.
Although there are many fun activities planned for the program, UPB and Campus Recreation will pair all the fun with learning about some safe practices for the week of Spring Break, Fernandez said.
Fernandez is excited about many of the free giveaways that the program has to offer.
Some of the free giveaways include free flip-flops and hula skirts to the first 100 people that attend, along with free food that will be available throughout the entire night.
The event will incorporate a unique twist with a special appearance from local band Alex and the XO’s, who were invited to perform for everyone at the event, Fernandez added.
Between free food, music, human bowling, a pool party and conversations with Student Health Services, there will be plenty of ways to celebrate before Spring Break swings into full gear.
All UPB events are free to ISU students and do not require any reservations.
For more information regarding the ‘Spirit Gone Wild’ event, email
or call (309) 438-8814.