Tent’s up! Last Class Bash this Friday

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This Friday will host the year end party for UNB Saint John students with the SRC giving them a chance to let loose on campus.

The Last Class Bash is something of a tradition at UNB Saint John with the SRC throwing a party on or around the date of the final class for the year.

This year features a Mardi Gras theme with the SRC providing beads and masks for students attending.

“This is the last big event of the 2015/2016 year at UNB and I want to leave people excited for what is to come next year,” says the SRC’s vice president social, Jenna Evans, who is responsible for planning the bash.

The party will feature DJ Amardeep Singh who is graduating this semester at UNB Saint John, as well as local photographer Kate Giffin, who will be taking pictures at a photobooth.

The Last Class Bash will be held outside on campus in the quad, despite unpredictable weather and cold spring-time bashes in the past.

“I am not overly concerned about the weather, says Evans
“The tent will provide shelter from the rain or snow (hopefully not snow). Also we are looking into providing heaters in the tent.”

The forecast is calling for rain and a temperature of between 4 and 9 degrees on the night of the Bash.

Evans, maintains a positive tone about her last event this year.

“My hope for [Last Class Bash] is to provide a fun filled night to wrap up the amazing year of events we’ve had.”

Tickets are $10 in advance for UNB students and $15 for sign-in’s or UNB students at the door. Doors open at 10pm, party until 2am.

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