The annual Spring Fling will be held on Saturday, May 4, from 12-4 p.m. on the commons. Like every year, Spring Fling is being organized by the Campus Activity and Programming board.
This year’s Spring Fling will include such activities as bouncy boxing, jousting matches and the old time favorite giant slip and slide.
Some new additions to this year’s Spring Fling will be temporary tattoos and the band “He said, She said.” “‘He said, She said’ is a different kind of band that we have never had before at the Spring Fling. It is not a cover band, but a more hip-hop dance band. I really hope that everyone enjoys this new type of music,” Colin McGinley, head of CAP board, said.
There will be free t-shirts with a newly unveiled design given out during the festivities. Every year a student designs the t-shirts. This year’s design was created by senior Randi Kuhn.
The cafeteria will be closed for lunch because there will be an outdoor barbecue at 12 p.m. However, dinner will be served on regular schedule.
“Spring Fling is always a fun time for students. Hopefully commuter students will stay on campus as well. The CAP board works really hard on this event and has great hopes for this year. We are not sure yet but Y-100 may be coming. There are a lot of events that the CAP board has been working hard on for a long time now. Hopefully everyone will come out for Spring Fling and have a great day,” McGinley said.