Cookies kicking off the holiday season

On Dec. 4, A’viands Dining Services hosted a cookie decorating event in the Dining Commons from 4-7 p.m. The event was a fun way for students to unwind from final preparation and to get into the holiday spirit.

Sugar cookies of many different wintery shapes were provided for students to decorate with different colored frostings and sprinkles, making every cookie decorated unique in it’s own way.

Even though such holiday-themed events tend to be smaller and laid back, simple things like decorating cookies have the power to bring friends together. Fadela Hamidat, an A’viands marketing intern who helped put on the event, said “It’s honestly really fun to see people happy and getting involved and being together.” The cookie decorating event was Hamidat’s first event as a marketing intern, and explained that “talking to other students and getting to know them” will certainly encourage her to assist in putting on more events in the future.

If you were not able to make it to the cookie decorating event, there are other wintery events coming soon to keep your spirits up during the last few weeks of the semester. For example, The Library Cafe is serving Eggnog Lattes for a limited time, a favorite of many students.

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