social programming board

SU Treasury reallocates fall WILD funding, increasing spring WILD budget to unprecedented $340,000

The new budget was $145,000 higher than the amount initially allocated for the spring event.

| Senior News Editor

Fall WILD canceled as SPB looks to host in-person spring concert

SPB will attempt to use the money that would have been used for the fall concert to fund the spring event instead.

| Managing Editor

SU passes amendment to disband Class Councils, centralize authority and responsibility

After a unanimous vote in the SU Senate and a majority vote in the SU Treasury, the amendment to disband Class Councils was voted on by the student body in a special election.

| News Editor

Not so WILD: End of semester concert cancelled

One of the many things cancelled due to the closure of campus is WILD.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

‘We have lost a significant part of the student experience on campus’: LNYF pushes forward despite Gargoyle setback

The annual Lunar New Year Festival performance will kick off Feb. 7 and 8, marking the group’s first set of shows since the loss of the Gargoyle rehearsal space.

| News Editor

Students react to fall WILD lineup

Reactions about the fall WILD announcement were varied. In conjunction with the Chancellor Andrew Martin’s inauguration festivities, the Social Programming Board announced A$AP Ferg as the fall WILD headliner, Oct. 3.

| Senior Editor

A$AP Ferg for the uninitiated: more than ‘Plain Jane’

On Oct. 5, Social Programming Board—with the help of Chancellor Martin—announced the Fall 2019 WILD artist, A$AP Ferg. If you’re like me, when you heard the name “A$AP Ferg,” you immediately thought of his 2017 hit song “Plain Jane” and that’s it. I’ve listened to a number of A$AP Ferg songs and have decided upon my favorites so that if you too are not the biggest A$AP Ferg fan but willing to learn, you can prepare for WILD.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

A$AP Ferg to headline fall WILD

Rapper A$AP Ferg will headline fall WILD, the Social Programming Board (SPB) announced at Chancellor Andrew Martin’s inauguration, Oct. 3.

| Senior News Editor

SU proposes merging SPB president and VP Programming positions

Student Union proposed a new structure for Social Programming Board at a joint session of SU Senate and Treasury, Sept. 3.

| Senior News Editor

T-Pain drops out of spring WILD lineup

The Student Programming Board (SPB) announced that T-Pain will be replaced by Roy Woods at WILD in an email sent to the student body Wednesday night.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

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