On Friday evening students gathered in the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship (CPGC) Cafe and satisfied both artistic whims and sweet-tooth cravings by decorating cookies with colored frosting and candy. The event was hosted by Fords Against Boredom (a.k.a., FAB), a student-run organization that hosts free, non-alcoholic events on campus and around the Philadelphia area.
FAB coordinated Friday’s delicious decorating party with “Screw Date,” an annual blind date set-up for first-years arranged by Customs people. “The best thing about these event being [held together] is that the people who come really get a chance to talk to their date and to other people as well,” said Vivian Sun ’17.
-Marcelo Jauregui-Volpe ’18
Photos by Rae Yuan ’19