SLAC Puts on 'Winter Themed' Winter Carnival

Last night Sarah Lawrence Activities Council (SLAC) put on another successful Winter Carnival.
Emily Eason ('17), co-director of SLAC, had nothing but praise for how the event turned out. "It was executed really well and we have a great team this year who gave us a strong start to the semester," she said. "I am so excited for what we have planned and this is a really good indicator how we can bring together the community and have a good time on the campus." 

Unlike previous years where the carnival had themes such as Harry Potter, this year the event was simply winter themed. "Cleverness on our part," Eason laughed. This seems to be a trend for this year’s SLAC team. Back in October, Fall Formal was BYO (bring your own) theme.  

Students get temporary tattoos. photo credit: andrea cantor '17

Students get temporary tattoos. photo credit: andrea cantor '17

Students seemed unfazed by the choice of theme as they played laser tag, listened to music, ate cupcakes and mini corn dogs, took pictures in the photo booth, and more.
Other students who head clubs sat off on the sidelines of the gymnasium, manning booths and offering information about their organizations to fellow peers.

With students laughing and dancing, the event provided much needed relief to the stressfulness of registration week. 

Andrea Cantor '17

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