RIT Freezefest t-shirt and bracelets
Scope and Contents
The collection contains a t-shirt and package of silly bands promoting Freezefest. Freezefest is held annually on the first weekend of February at RIT.
- Creation: 2011
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This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Beginning in 2010, FreezeFest's inaugural festival brought students, members of the RIT community, family and friends out into the elements for a variety of winter events. As Rochester gets its fair share of snow, RIT responded by shaking up the winter doldrums and hosting unique experiences such as 3-on-3 outdoor hockey, an igloo building contest, and a live ice carving demonstration.
2011 Freezefest began with College Activities Board's Rail Jam, followed by RIT's 30th Annual Gospel Fest in Clark Gym and Comedian Aziz Ansari in Gordon Field House. Other activities included outdoor hockey, a chili and dessert bake-off, campus carriage rides, a frosty fun center in the SAU, and live music at Global Village plaza. A bonfire and pep rally preceeded a Men's Hockey game, and Global Union's renowned Unification was held in Ingle Auditorium. The three-day Freezefest festivities concluded with a 5K fun run/walk and the Student Government Super Bowl Party.
0.4 Linear Feet (1 Clamshell box)
T-shirt and silly band bracelets promoting RIT's Freezefest, an annual winter festival held the first weekend in February.
Collection consists of two items.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Collection materials were donated to RIT Archives by RIT Archivist Rebecca Simmons in February, 2011.
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in November 2011.
- RIT Freezefest t-shirt and bracelets
- RIT Archives
- Amy Vilz
- 29 November 2011
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