From 12 – 10:30 PM on Wednesday, May 4th SAC will be hosting the annual event May Day. This years event features music, games, inflatables, and free food! If that weren’t enough reason, the Missouri State Film Festival takes place in the PSU Theater at 6 PM followed by Melissa Harper and Zane Williams taking the stage in the North Mall at 7:30 PM.
Hit the jump for more great events coming up this week!
Already missing basketball season? Come out to meet new Bears head coach Paul Lusk on Monday, May 2nd at Hammons Student Center from 5 – 5:30 PM.
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If offseason sports aren’t your thing then head out to Hammons Field on Tuesday, May 3rd and watch the Bears host Mizzou at 6:30 PM. The forecast is calling for sunshine in the 70’s that day. If you don’t remember the sun is that big glowy thing in the sky that hasn’t been around for a couple weeks.
Come by the PSU North Patio on Tuesday, May 3rd at 12 PM for the Asian Food Festival and try some delicious cuisine!
Remember Kindergarten? That magical time when you went to school for half a day and spent the rest of the time napping, watching cartoons, and playing at recess. Well, SAC After Hours wants to take you back there Thursday, May 5 at their Back to Kindergarten event at 9 PM. Come to the PSU Food Court for a night of relaxing arts and crafts before you head back to the reality of napping, watching cartoons, and cramming for finals.
Friday, May 6 brings about Dead Day! The day you realize how dead you are because you have to cram 6 weeks of Biology notes into your head in one night. Wait, no, I mean it’s the day campus is shut down to prep for the beginning of finals on Saturday. Since you’re obviously completely caught up on your notes, come check out SAC After Hours Presents: Movie Night! at 9 PM in the PSU Theater.
No finals on Saturday? Well, quit bragging and come to the PSU Theater to catch the Beartones 10 Year Anniversary Concert. The show goes from 7 – 11 PM and features some hits from the last decade and appearances from successful alumni Kenny Foster and John Hull. $5 for students and $10 for the public at the door.