Spring Fling Held May 6 and 7

May 27th, 2005 by Adam

PSU’s annual Spring Flingtook place on Friday,May 6 and Saturday, May 7. Friday night’s events began at 5 p.m. with a date auction outside the Hartman Union Building (HUB). Other events includeed rugby tournaments on the recreation fields and the annual Battle of Bands contest, staged outside the HUB. The alcohol-free event featured food vendors on High Street, and a mechanical bull and airbrush tattoo artists inside the HUB.

On Saturday, a softball tournament was held at D&M Park, followed by Jurassic 5, a hip hop band from Los Angeles. The PSU men’s a cappella group Vocal Order, the winner of the Battle of the Bands, and Adam Richman opened the show. (Vocal Order is the first a cappella group to win this contest.) Food and carnival activities were available for all, and a beer tent for students age 21 and older.

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