Senior Stefanie Delrosso is revealed as SICSIC's "Unicorn" character after three years of secrecy on Feb. 13 at Prout Chapel. Delrosso is a student tour guide coordinator and multimedia intern in the Division of Diversity and Belonging at BGSU. She grew up in Delaware and Germany before attending BGSU for public relations.
The secret is out: SICSIC, Freddie and Frieda identities revealed
For the first time in University history, there were three sets of the beloved mascot duo
On Saturday, Feb. 13, the University named a new class of students to the SICSIC and mascot record books. Two members of SICSIC were unmasked at Prout Chapel in honor of the secret spirit group's history. And, for the first time ever, BGSU revealed the six students who have been secretly serving as Freddie and Frieda. This is the first year there were three sets of birds.
Photographer Isaiah Vazquez captured the unmasking and reveals in photos.
Riley Timbrook, a BGSU senior studying finance in the Allen W. and Carol M. Schmidthorst College of Business, is revealed as SICSIC's "Kylo Ren" by fellow SICSIC member Ironman. Timbrook is a student tour guide and is originally from Dayton.
VCT major Steven Rodriguez was revealed as Freddie Falcon inside the Lenhart Grand Ballroom in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union on Feb. 13. The senior is from Ewing, New Jersey.
Eva Mahoney, a senior majoring in applied health science, is revealed as Frieda Falcon. Originally from Cincinnati, Mahoney is a medical scribe for Northwest Ohio Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and is an academic peer mentor team leader. She is also a member of the 2017 cohort of the Sidney A. Ribeau President's Leadership Academy.
Known as "Tall Freddie," Noah Cronauer was revealed as Freddie Falcon. Cronauer, from Brecksville, Ohio, is a member of the 2017 cohort for the Sidney A. Ribeau Presidents Leadership Academy and is a new student orientation team leader.
Rachel Sizer, an environmental policy major from North Ridgeville, Ohio, is revealed as Frieda Falcon. She is the former president of Resident Student’s Association as well as the Founder’s Hall Council. She is also a lifeguard at the Student Recreation Center as well as a new student orientation leader and a member of the National Resident's Hall Honorary.
Ryan Nowak, a student in the College of Education and Human Development, is revealed as Freddie Falcon.
Ashlyn Jefferson, from Lima, Ohio, is revealed as Frieda Falcon. Jefferson is a political science/pre-law major and is active with Campus Outreach Ministry and Undergraduate Student Government.