One of ICOs most loved annual events has come and gone for the year. Boo Bash 2018 was an absolute success! It was at Fremont in River North and we had the whole top floor to ourselves complete with music, dancing, and letting loose in some crazy costumes. I saw what seemed like everything— from famous rappers to the sun and moon to Mario Kart players. We have some creative minds at ICO who were able to come up with some clever costumes! Be sure to check out our hashtag on In
Halloween is just around the corner! Being from Massachusetts, I love Halloween. I grew up taking trips to Salem to explore where the Witch Trials were held; it’s an awesome place around the Halloween season! When I moved away from Massachusetts, I was nervous that one of my favorite times of year would no longer be as much fun. Lucky for us at ICO, we get spend most of the fall season in Chicago- and there is a lot to do. Boo Bash This is an ICO-specific event for Halloween.
When you’re stuck in the lecture hall and labs for long periods of time, you tend to forget what day it is or what month you’re in. Everything becomes a blur and timing is of the essence. Fortunately at ICO, they remind us that the seasons have changed and we should continue to celebrate the holidays despite the amount of studying we have to do on a daily basis. It’s refreshing to see the holiday spirit throughout the school and in the RC. I always tell myself its the little
The Save the Date was sent out, ladies and gents, so starting planning your costumes- Boo Bash is upon us! While Boo Bash is a great way to let off some steam from studying (this year it is two weeks before finals,) it is also a great time for the whole school to come together and have some fun. And if ICOlympics didn’t prove it, our school can get into some friendly competition during the costume contest (a certain Wolverine look alike won last year.) For anyone who is new t
So from my post earlier this quarter, I’m sure I gave you guys the impression that second year started off pretty relaxed. Don’t get me wrong, I stand by what I wrote, but things have gotten really out of hand lately. This is what I have going on for the last two weeks of classes before finals: two practical tests (optics and optometry) get tested for TB have TB results read on a separate day, but within two days of getting the test attend PAP (Patient Advocate Program) sessi