Friday night the staff in Wilgus Hall put on the Friday Night Club event in Bridgeway Commons. The event ran from 9-11 PM that night. Students got a free canvas to paint and some “mocktails” to sip on while they painted.
Lots of fun was had and the turnout was great!
On Wednesday night, the RA staff went over to McGregor Hall and attended Duncan Diner! It was an event where you pay a dollar and you get a hot dog chips and a milkshake and are then led to a numbered table like an old school diner. The tables are covered with white paper and diners are given crayons to color on the tables while they wait for their food to come. The food comes to the table by means of the “servers” (McGregor’s RA Staff) in paper hats. The money that they raised goes to a charity of the staff’s choice. This year it went to help abandoned and sick animals in animal hospitals.
With Valentine’s day coming up, 3 East was needing some love. Thought that some valentines puns would liven up the wing and make the residents laugh. The door decs were made with puns that the residents personally would find funny. We hope that they enjoy them as they were made to make them smile.
With stress already starting to amount with it only being the second week, there are 6 positive sayings posted on the walls of wilgus to give the residents a bit of encouragement to get through the semester.
To accompany the amazing welcome back board, these cute penguins are to welcome back wilgus 3 east residents from a break and to put a smile on their faces. School is stressful and these were made to not only look cute but add a little class to their doors. (get it because penguins look like they are wearing suits )
Welcome Back Wilgus 3 East! I hope that you enjoyed your long break and are refreshed and ready to do it all over again! This board was put up to welcome you back and to brighten up the wing. The board features a cute penguin and a chilly iceberg!
Here are 4 interesting penguin facts that we hope you enjoy and will help you start off the semester with a smile!
- Penguins see better in the water than on land with the air.
- Penguins average lifespan is 15 to 20 years.
- There are 18 unique species of penguin in the world.
- They are highly social birds, and their breeding groups, called rookeries number up in the tens of thousands.
Made some festive winter hot chocolate mugs for my residents to show that they really warmed my heart over the semester.