IC Community Showcase

  • Sigma Pi Epsilon, founded in 1916, had a booth in the student involvement area. Throughout the year members participate in local soup kitchens, Big Brothers Big Sisters and other activities.
  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes booth encouraged students to come to their meetings whether they were athletes or not.
  • One of the many businesses involved in the fair was the Frozen Penguin which offered students the opportunity to draw from a box for free giveaways and discounts.
  • The Gamma Deltas had a booth showcasing its activities including fund raisers, service projects and literary meetings. Gamma Delta was the first women’s society founded on the Illinois College campus in 1911.
  • Club Sport organizations included IC’s Dance Team which promotes school spirit by performing routines at football and basketball games.
  • One of IC’s special interests organizations, the Chemistry Club, cooked up some fun at its booth bringing chemistry out of the classroom.
  • The Black Student Union’s purpose is to provide space for education, business networking, and more among its members as it relates to education, history and the involvement of African Americans.

Illinois College held its annual Community Showcase and Student Involvement Fair on Tuesday, August 30 from 6-8 p.m. in Bruner Fitness and Recreation Center due to rain. It gave incoming freshmen the opportunity to see many campus activities and great local resources.

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