De-stress at Winter Madness on Dec. 7

It’s that time of year again — finals week is just around the corner, and the stress that comes with it isn’t hiding.

Put down the book, take a break and start thinking about the winter spirit.

There is no better way to de-stress right before finals week than dancing the night away at Winter Madness, this year’s theme for the annual Midnight Madness.

This Friday, Dec. 7, Associated Students, Inc.’s Bronco Events and Activities Team (BEAT) is throwing its classic Midnight Madness here on campus at the Bronco Student Center. The event begins at 10 p.m. and goes till midnight.

You don’t want to get there late and miss out on all the free food, drinks and giveaways.

Izabella Latrach was the BEAT chair of the year last year and is currently a student activities assistant while being a senior here at CPP studying apparel merchandising management.

“We want students to feel stress-free and to just enjoy their time,” Latrach said.

Winter Madness is open to all students, faculty and staff. Students are welcome to bring one guest to enjoy the festivities.

BEAT will bring in a DJ and will provide a roller rink for students to enjoy. There will also be some DIY surprises such as lip scrubs and candles with mason jars.

Other activities for you to enjoy include picking up a mic and singing some karaoke, and letter making to families back home.

Midnight Madness has been thrown the week before finals for over a decade now and each time there is a creative theme to embrace. BEAT has been working all semester to make sure Winter Madness is just right for Broncos to enjoy.

It takes a team to get this night ready and BEAT collaborates with other organizations to help the night run smoothly.

Some of these organizations include the student government, the Farm Store, the Biotrek, Dumbledore’s Army, the Gamers Union and the Fashion Society.

Latrach encourages all students to come out for the event to kick off the end of the year right and hopefully to get inspired to be more involved here on campus and to enjoy future events at CPP.

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