Then it has definitely changed since you've been here.
1. The entertainment is free (It will never be 1st class acts but these are a good mix of acts to reach as many students as possible with the money we have)
2. Everything is on campus instead of Welch. Which manages risk by keeping the big concerts going until bar close to split the crowds a bit.
3. I would say it is now 65/35 Greeks to non-greeks running VEISHEA which is much different from the past (I bet it was 90/10). It is definitely non-biased and in no way showcases the Greek community. That is just how the cookie crumbles I guess, the Greek people are closer to the info and know about the positions from previous years so they continue to run it.
Fire up! Get out on campus Saturday. There will be hundreds of tents showcasing the campus and numerous entertainment venues for free. Any questions let me know-
Everyone needs to make sure that they come and see the GROOVE drumline show! They are on Saturday at 4, 5, and 7pm in the recital hall in Music Hall. Show up early- it's a popular event and it fills up fast! I promise you'lll have fun. Plus, students- we're giving away iPods!
I was actually a part of the team that decided to start this tradition. It is an entertaining show even if you're not into Drumlines or Band stuff.
Is GROOVE still playing with the Blue yamahas I bought (with GSB's money)?
On a more serious note... I'm really looking forward to VEISHEA. I didn't get round to seeing that much of VEISHEA in 2004, but it didn't seem like there was much to see. There are a LOT more tents and things planned for this year and I'm really excited to see it all. VEISHEA definitly seems to be getting back to the roots of what it started out as
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