by Mala Sharma
Mala was a Retreat Orange-Vested Assistant (ROVA) during the 2015 FHP Retreat in October, which means she helped run the evening’s activities and carry around a lot of things in the dark. As a throwback, here’s a little bit of what she saw at the retreat:
The night starts out with some creative picture taking with each Honors section!
After grabbing some food, some sections enjoyed the lovely weather and got to know each other better by sitting in circles and talking about their feelings…
… while other sections played Ninja, a game where you literally try to chop each other’s limbs off. You know what they say, what doesn’t kill you, makes your Honors section stronger 🙂
Throughout the night, there were many events that students took part in, for example making blankets for Project Linus. Project Linus is an organization that helps families in need.
Another event students participated in was SpaceCrunch. There are shapes on the floor and each honors section had to fit all their members in the shape. This is a bonding event where people get real close, real fast.
Each section prepared a 20 second skit that showed their creativity and class theme ( and mad dance skillz).
No karaoke is complete without jazz hands!
Ending the night with a good ole GLOWSTICK DANCE PARTAYYYYYY!!!