Winter social to close out semester with formal dance and potluck.
By James Dusek
This college will celebrate the efforts of student leadership with a Winter Social dance and potluck 8-11 p.m. Dec. 2 in Koehler Cultural Center.
The event is intended to show appreciation for student leaders who have helped out throughout the semester with events like Trunk or Treat and other campus activities.
“It’s kind of just closing out the semester and thanking everybody for helping out with activities and volunteering,” said Carrie Hernandez, senior student success specialist.
The event is open to enrolled students, faculty and staff of the college.
Attendees are encouraged to bring two to three canned goods, or a new toy to donate to a family in need. It’s not mandatory, Hernandez said, so students shouldn’t feel unable to attend if they can’t afford a donation.
The Winter Social will be a formal event, so Hernandez encourages those attending to dress appropriately.
“We’re not going to say, ‘You can’t come in because you’re wearing jeans,’ but it’s, preferably, dress-up,” Hernandez said. “Maybe not a suit, but at least a shirt, tie, something nice.”
Students are also encouraged to bring a dish to share for the potluck, but again will not be turned away if they are unable to.
The event promises to end the semester on a night of fun for this college’s community, as well as casting some light on the hard work of students who put in extra effort.
For more information, call 210-486-0125 or visit the office of student life in Room 260A of Loftin Student Center.