The Geneva College Student Programs Office (SPO) has planned a variety of activities for the fall semester, from the Covey Cup residence hall competitions to the ever-popular Film Fest.
In September, the SPO will host Capture the Flag on Friday, September 6 at 8:08 p.m. in Skye Lounge; a Movie on the Lawn on Friday, September 20; and Free Bowling at Sims Lanes on Saturday, September 21.
Homecoming Week 2013 includes events such as Open-Mic Night on Friday, October 18 and the annual dodgeball tournament on October 16-17 will take place during. Registration for the tournament ends on Thursday, October 10 at 11:59 p.m.
Midnight Madness, the college basketball kick-off, will be on Wednesday, October 31, and includes games such as dizzy bat, as well as prizes.
Family Weekend takes place Friday and Saturday, November 1 and 2. Geneva invites students and their families to attend a variety of events such as the annual Broadway Revue concert, family bingo and a showing of Monsters University. Family Weekend concludes on Saturday with Fall Fest at the apartments.
The final fall semester event is Film Fest on Saturday, December 7, described by many students as one of the most popular events on campus. Attendees dress in formal attire and gather in Metheny Fieldhouse to enjoy student-produced films over “mocktails” and finger foods.
The full activities calendar for the fall semester can be found here.
Follow the SPO on Twitter (@geneva SPO) for updates and reminders.
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