Springapalooza Brings Spring Break Fun to Campus

Mar. 18, 2013

Students at springapalooza 2012

Zac Evans and Nieves Reyes got involved in Springapalooza last spring.

A casino, comedy night and a big, messy splatter dance are some of the campus activities planned to welcome UT Dallas students back from spring break.

Springapalooza, set for March 18-22, is an annual post-spring break celebration put on by the Student Union Activities Advisory Board (SUAAB).

Jonathan “GNO” White, SUAAB adviser and assistant director of student life programs, said the week’s activities extend spring break festivities.

“We’ve dubbed it ‘The Spring Break After-Party.’ It gives students a chance to ease back into classes with some daily stress-relieving fun and enjoyment,” White said.

“It also caters to those students who don’t get to have a spring break away in places like Cancun, Miami, or for those students who participate in Alternative Spring Break programs volunteering to help others. This is SUAAB’s way of giving those students a chance to have some spring break-like fun social interaction,” he said.


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Highlights of the week’s activities are below and at the Springapalooza website.

Monday, March 18

Fun Fun Food Fest
Noon, The Plinth

Splatterdance!
8 p.m., Intramural Fields

Tuesday, March 19

SOF "Fun" Raiser
11 a.m., SU Mall

Big Bad Comedy Show
8 p.m., Clark Center

Wednesday, March 20

Lunchapalooza
11 a.m., SU Mall

26th Annual Casino Night: Casino Royale
8 p.m., Faculty/Staff Dining Hall

Thursday, March 21

Move for Mosaic
Noon, The Plinth

Comet Closet
8 p.m., Founders North

The After Party
9 p.m., The Plinth

Friday, March 22

Drive-In Movie: Skyfall
8 p.m., Lot P

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