Spring Fest set for students at Minot State
The Student Government Association stays active all year round providing students with a voice on major issues such as parking, the new fitness center, campus security, food services, and tuition and fees. SGA also provides students with entertainment and activities. "Spring Fest," the end of the year send off, is scheduled for the week of April 26 to 30.
"We have some great entertainment lined up," said Kevin Mehrer, SGA director of public relations. "Rob O'Reilly is hilarious, and the students should love him. Plus, I'm excited to see the talent that MSU students have in ‘Beaver's Got Talent.’ Spring Fest is a great way to wrap up the year."
All week long, students will receive free food, available for lunch in the Beaver Dam starting at 11 a.m., while supplies last.
On April 26, "Beaver's Got Talent" is scheduled. "Beaver's Got Talent" is a spinoff of "America's Got Talent." The SGA is asking student to bring their best talents, like singing, dancing, acting or whatever they can think of to compete for cash. The event starts at 7 p.m. in the Beaver Dam.
On April 27, Rob O'Reilly, a campus comedian, will be performing in the Beaver Dam at noon. Students should bring an MSU ID.
For the entertainment on April 28, Dan Mengini, a comedian who has been on NBC, E! and TBS, will be performing. The event will start at 8 p.m. in the Beaver Dam, students will need to bring an ID to attend the event.
The schedule for April 29 includes a live band and dance. Thursday’s fun will take place at the All Seasons Arena, where the band 8th Hour will perform, starting at 10 p.m. To get in for free, students must show an ID. Without an ID, individuals must have a student who has an ID sign you in, and pay $5.