The 33rd Annual Lil' Sibs Weekend at Kent State University will be held from Friday, April 13, to Sunday, April 15. The weekend is filled with activities and events organized and orchestrated by the Kent Interhall Council (KIC). This year’s theme is “Dream Big Dreams, Lil' Sibs 2012.”
One of the Kent State’s signature student-led programs, Lil' Sibs Weekend is an opportunity for siblings, cousins or family friends of Kent State residence hall students to come and share in the Kent State experience and to see the city of Kent. It offers Kent State students time to spend with siblings and family members to show them why they chose Kent State in the first place and to share their life away from home with their younger siblings and family members.
Activities and events will be sponsored throughout the weekend by KIC, Residence Hall Councils, Late Night Programming Board, and the Student Wellness and Recreation Center. To view the schedule, visit www.kent.edu/housing/stories/lilsibs2012.cfm
KIC is the governing body of the university’s residence hall students. KIC’s purpose is to promote a positive living and learning community within the halls by providing student advocacy, funding and programming. KIC is under the auspice and is a funding source of the Department of Residence Services at Kent State.
For questions or more information about Lil Sibs Weekend, please contact Charles Holmes-Hope, coordinator of Residence Services and primary advisor for KIC, at 330-672-9469 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Leah Carothers, residence hall director and co-advisor for KIC, at (330) 672-2371 or email@example.com.