The Main Campus Student Center celebrated (MCSC) its one year anniversary Thursday starting around 6 p.m. in correlation to Polar Plunge with music, games and free food for students, faculty and staff.
After jumping into the icy waters of Polar Plunge students entered into the Student Recreation and Wellness Center for a night filled with music, presented by WZMB, and the bustle of students going from table to table getting a piece of the polar bear shaped cake or building a “bear” which consisted of a polar bear, reindeer or pegasus.
Junior chemistry major Samantha Gallien said she took the opportunity to learn about different organizations at the celebration.
“There were a lot of tables here which was cool finding out about the different organizations and it was well set up,” Gallien said.
The event also included two anniversary cakes, one for the MCSC and another for the 24th annual Polar Plunge. Students and faculty enjoyed festivities until about 7:30 p.m. when the plunge started to end.