Another year, another Magnus Fest
On Aug. 31, Cleveland State opened the Wolstein Center to hundreds of new and returning students for Magnus Fest. With a loop of organizations to connect with, treats to snack on, games to play and art to be made, Magnus Fest had something for every student to enjoy.
This year, caricature artists and the Longship food truck returned from previous Fests. An inflatable axe throwing game made its incredible debut. Additionally, attendees were able to get airbrush tattoos, play “trash can pong,” snack on cookies and win prizes.
For this Magnus Fest, the Cleveland Stater first spoke to CSU K-Pop, a newly formed club dedicated to the appreciation of Korean popular culture. Afterwards, Scott and Annie from WCSB (@wcsbcleveland ), Cleveland State’s student radio station, explained to us how you can get your own hour on 89.3 FM. Finally, Queer Student Alliance’s (@qsa.csu ) secretary and president, Benvolio and Mordred, explained the importance of their organization and showed us how you can attend their next meeting.
If you missed Magnus Fest this year, don’t stress! There are still a variety of chances to meet new people, participate in activities and games, try different foods and join a new club. Check out Vikes Connect for more information on upcoming events and different organizations you can join.