On Dec. 2, Vanguard University’s Student Government Association (SGA) will host the all school Christmas ice skate at the Irvine Spectrum Center’s ice rink. There will be cookie decorating, a hot chocolate bar, an ugly sweater contest and, of course, ice-skating.
Welcome to Whoville is the theme for the event and some Whos will be in attendance, Freshman Program Director Regine Bell said. As a freshman planning an all school event, Bell said it has been hectic and fun. “I like seeing things come together almost like puzzle pieces,” she said. She added that she is most looking forward to seeing students come out, take a break from the stress of the end of the semester and just “enjoy the atmosphere.”
Admitting that she is not much of an ice-skater, Bell said she is focusing on creating a well-rounded event that students skating and not skating can enjoy. As a freshman entering the Vanguard community, Bell said participating in school events like this “reminds you that you’re now part of this family.” Students should “come to enjoy each other’s company as a community,” she said.
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