Fun-filled night planned for Midnight Madness

By Justin Hallman
October 23, 2003

Exciting, fun, entertaining, and all before your bedtime! What else can combine sports, dance, music, school spirit, and a human regurgitater? Nothing but Midnight Madness!
This Saturday, Oct. 25, Cabrini will once again hold its Midnight Madness event in the Dixon Center from 8 p.m., until shortly after the night changes over to the next day.
The event, being run in unison with the Athletic department and the Student Government Association, will consist of a full-scale list of activities and a fun-filled night.
“Everyone has been working real hard trying to get things prepared for this event and I am very anxious for this night to come,” Rich DeMatteo, vice president of Campus Activities, said. “I want this year’s Midnight Madness to blow last year’s away. I am very excited for all the events of the night and want everyone to come out and show their support for their teams. It will definitely bring a lot of excitement to everyone.”
The excitement kicks off at 8 p.m., as Steve Starr, the human regurgitater, takes center stage performing his electrifying stunts. Following Starr will be the faculty/staff vs. student-body basketball game. While this game goes on, a Midnight Madness breakfast will be held until 11 p.m.
In the gym after the basketball game, four student-involved activities will take place. First, a three-point competition will be underway, then a foul shooting contest, followed by the $10,000 dollar shot. This shot will take place after one student is selected at random by a raffle system. After all contests are said and done, the spirit competition between all classes will cease the bottom half of the hour.
The real focus of Midnight Madness will consume the final hour. Both basketball teams will be introduced, followed by each team’s warm-ups. The men and women’s teams will then participate in a scrimmage for a half hour. Closing the night’s festivities will be Cabrini’s dance team, scheduled to keep the party going through midnight.
Posted to the web by: Cecelia Francisco

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