Tasha Giuda

Opinion

Speak Up 9/2

“What are you most looking forward to this year?” Sophomore Rachel Hyman: “Football!” Senior Ian Hest: “Ultra!” Sophomore Simone Glickstein: “Greek Week.” Sophomore Jason Soriano: “Getting all A’s.” Compiled by Tasha Giuda.

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Up ’til Dawn helps trash childhood cancer

Up ‘Till Dawn’s major fundraising event is the annual Letter-Writing Party, taking place on October 27 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on the UC Patio.

Student “teams” come and sign pre-written letters to attract potential donors and compete for prizes for individuals and teams who raise the most money. This year the event is receiving a highly-anticipated makeover, complete with the child-appropriate Sesame Street theme “Trash Childhood Cancer.” Raffles, spin-wheels, free food and t-shirts, student performances, and prizes like a Nintendo Wii all make for a busy day of charitable entertainment.

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