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WSPN & SEC Present: Talking Heads Tribute Band @ Falstaff’s

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

On Friday, October 28, WSPN and SEC are hosting Start Making Sense—the premier Talking Heads tribute band in the greater tri-state area—in a Halloween show at Falstaff’s. This is a “Once in a Lifetime” opportunity, because these guys will be “Burning Down the House” all night!

But really, as the WSPN janitor office manager, I guarantee this will be fucking amazing. Tribute bands are a blast, and a surf rock band called The Great White Caps is opening. There will also be a costume contest with the chance to win WSPN prizes. Just dress up as your parents in the early 80s and pretend the Talking Heads are actually playing at Falstaff’s.

“God, Reagan is such a dick, you guys. Let’s check out Red Dawn and watch MTV all night.” See? So easy, and you’ll definitely win if you go all out. I expect to see you all there in your finest Salvation Army finds.


Trick or Treat

Saturday, October 31st, 2009


Named for the long forgotten, and recently sold, Moore Hall, tonight’s Moorebid Ball will begin promptly at 10pm. Students without costumes will be rightfully ridiculed and are encouraged not to attend. This is your best opportunity to combine esoteric pop culture, fashion and fake blood—a combination sure to impress that girl in your Art History lecture.

Students that have not yet experienced the moist debauchery of Moorebid Ball should prepare themselves accordingly. Just because you don’t have class tomorrow doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have class tonight. SGA is bringing in free photobooths so you can all document the evening and have a nice souvenir of the time you locked lips with someone in a rubber mask.

Tonight’s entertainment will be provided by lights.down.music.up and OnPoint. Requests can be texted to (518) 879-7990 as long as you don’t request Monster Mash. Case Center is decorated all spooky and shit, my costume is ready and I’m having candy for dinner. Trick or treat Skidmore College, Trick or treat.