Spring Fling, Things of Note

The WSA and Dean’s Office throw down rules for the big day:

Students are not allowed on the stage. Having students on the stage endangers both students as well as the sound equipment and performers. In addition, performers have the right, by their contract, to stop performing if individuals climb on the stage.

[Uhh right… because Project Pat’s homeboys were clearly really pissed last year when all these girls barged on stage and started dancing with them (see below).]

Of course, booze is an issue. Go through the proper channels or use discretion if you must:

Anyone who is 21 years of age and wants to consume alcohol at the event must present a valid government issued ID and a Wesleyan ID in order to obtain a wristband. Anyone of legal age possessing or consuming alcohol without a wristband will be directed to obtain a wristband or dispose of the alcohol. Wristbands will be available free of charge at a station near the observatory throughout the event.

· Anyone who violates the Code is subject to being referred to Student Judicial Board.
· Bulk containers of alcohol, such as kegs, will not be allowed at Spring Fling.
· Only outdoor/lawn furniture will be allowed at Spring Fling. Large pieces of furniture, such as couches, will not be allowed.
· Large coolers will be checked and turned away if they contain more alcohol
that can be reasonably consumed by those in possession of it.

And how about an unofficial rule – no hate criming.

72/52 degrees, clear skies and sunny all day Wednesday. Enjoy!

Photos courtesy of Joanna Dicke ’10.

14 thoughts on “Spring Fling, Things of Note

  1. Anonymous

    Since when do we have to show wes ID as well? Got a friend coming from a different school; they better not be dicks.

  2. Anonymous

    Since when do we have to show wes ID as well? Got a friend coming from a different school; they better not be dicks.

  3. Anonymous

    uh 2:23, the point is that Project Pat called girls up to stage and everyone had a great time, who cares if one of them wasn’t a Wes student?

  4. Anonymous

    uh 2:23, the point is that Project Pat called girls up to stage and everyone had a great time, who cares if one of them wasn’t a Wes student?

  5. Anonymous

    how do you know one of them isn’t a student? do you know every student? do you happen to know said non-student personally? or are you her maybe?

  6. Anonymous

    how do you know one of them isn’t a student? do you know every student? do you happen to know said non-student personally? or are you her maybe?

  7. Anonymous

    yeah they did that when i saw them.i’m guessing as long as students don’t do anything radical or stupid, p-safe won’t give us problems.ok maybe big labeled containers of alcohol will be confiscated, but they can’t take away water/juice bottles from us

  8. Anonymous

    yeah they did that when i saw them.

    i’m guessing as long as students don’t do anything radical or stupid, p-safe won’t give us problems.

    ok maybe big labeled containers of alcohol will be confiscated, but they can’t take away water/juice bottles from us

  9. Rob

    The Hold Steady traditionally pull as much of the audience as they can onto stage for their last song. So fuck the haters.

  10. Rob

    The Hold Steady traditionally pull as much of the audience as they can onto stage for their last song. So fuck the haters.

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