With snow on the ground and finals coming near, students at Cleveland State University are currently in a rush to get things done. While students are ready for the semester to come to a close, that doesn’t mean organizations can’t make their last week a little more fun.
So, Campus Activities Board (CAB) created Winter Fest, a wintery midday event hosted on Dec. 4 in the middle of the Student Center.
The main attraction of CAB’s end of the semester event was an indoor ice skating rink, which saw many students slowly glide around in their rented neon blue ice skates.
Before they could enter the rink, students would rent out the skates and sit in a designated area to put these fashion-forward blades on. See above a student gearing up to brave the slippery ice of CAB’s indoor ice skating rink.
While some students were okay about risking a hospital trip, others wanted a less slippery time, so CAB also allowed ornament decorating. Here are three students showing off their creations, that included ornaments and printed out coloring pages, during the event.
Two students (who did not wish to be named) painting their Christmas ornaments and drinking hot chocolate.
An overview shot of CAB’s event, where students could decorate their own ornaments, sit near the Christmas tree, ice skate indoors and listen to holiday music, all the while enjoying a stress-free school day.