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SAVE THE DATES - MARCH 29th - APRIL 2nd

Every spring, Angelo State comes together as a whole to provide a few days of events to celebrate another great year on campus. In its third year, Springfest is always centered around food, games, concerts, and fun for all!

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Club Cafe Springfest Kick-Off w/ Jessi Campbell

Comedian Jessi Campbell has been seen on Last Comic Standing on NBC. She was named 2015 Female Performer of the Year by Campus Activities magazine, an award she was also nominated for in 2013. She has performed her unique brand of story telling at over 200 colleges, and over 100 comedy clubs, military bases, and bars where they begrudgingly turned off the TV. Jessi’s debut comedy CD “Winner Winner” has been featured on iTunes and can be heard on Sirius/XM Radio, Pandora Radio, and terrestrial radio stations across country. Jessi was a part of the ARMY I.A.M. Strong Tour, and has performed at Gilda’s LaughFest, The Boston Comedy Festival, The Great American Comedy Festival, San Francisco SketchFest, and was the People’s Choice winner at the 2009 Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival.

Angelo Serves

Community Service Programs has designed the Angelo Serves Series to be a great way for students to get involved. The first event in the series is during Spring Fest. The second event occurs during Rambunctious Weekend. The final event will occur towards the end of the fall semester. This series is programmed for all ASU students to volunteer and meet new people. This is an amazing opportunity for students of all ages to connect with our local community organizations such as Concho Valley Paws, Nature Center, Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue, and many more. All events will meet in the afternoon at the ASU Pavilion for check in and the first hundred to show up ready to make a difference receive a free t-shirt. This series is a great way for every one from sporting teams to on-campus organizations, or if one is simply looking to make a difference. After all, it only takes one to make a difference. 

Lambda Chi Alpha Crawfish Boil

The 7th Annual LXA Crawfish Boil will start at 5p in front of the Caf!

UCPC: Concert featuring Anthem Lights

The UCPC Concert Committee is proud to present Anthem Lights!!!

ANTHEM LIGHTS
Formed while founding members Chad Graham and Alan Powell were both living in Los Angeles, California, Christian pop band Anthem Lights began as a solo project for Graham in 2007. After working on songs for Graham’s debut, the pair decided to expand the project into a four-piece pop group, recruiting vocalists Kyle Kupecky and Caleb Grimm into the group. Working under the name Yellow Cavalier, the four singers released their self-titled debut EP in 2009 before they changed the group’s name to Anthem Lights the following year. The quartet later signed on with Reunion Records, and with the new name in place and the backing of a label, Anthem Lights released a pair of eponymous albums, an EP and their full-length debut, in 2011. One year later, The Acoustic Sessions EP followed.

Anthem Lights’ second album, You Have My Heart, appeared in early 2014. It was led by the single “Hide Your Love Away,” their most popular song yet on the Christian charts. By the end of the year, third album Escape had appeared, with a pair of singles (“Just Fall,” “Run Away”) performing well on the charts. The group also began releasing mini albums of their favorite songs by other artists, under the banner Covers; most were recent songs by pop artists such as One Direction, Taylor Swift, and OneRepublic, but the group also charted their influences with covers of Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way” and Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’.”

Centennial Village : Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament

Mud Volleyball Tourament 12Apr15 Photographer Danny Meyer

Join the Centennial Village and Housing Staff in hosting the Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament.  Competitors of all skill levels are welcome. FREE food and more! Games begin at 10:00am!

 

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, March 29th

Club Cafe hosted by UCPC
7:30p, UC C.J. Davidson Conference Center


Thursday, March 30th

Angelo Serves hosted by Community Service Programs
Check-in begins @ 1:30p, ASU Pavilion

Friday, March 31st

LXA Crawfish Boil and the UCPC Concert

Dinner @ 5:00pm, Outside the Caf

Concert @ 7:00pm, ASU Pavilion


Sunday, April 2nd

Centennial Village Mud Volleyball Tournament
Check-in @ 9:00a, ASU Lakehouse

2017 Sponsors

The Center for Student Involvement

The University Center Program Council

Community Service

Lambda Chi Alpha

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