Students filled the Driscoll Fitness Center March 8 to dance and party during what had been advertised as a Spring Break Beach Bash. As the night progressed, however, it became clear to students that what they thought was an innocent dance, was also a drug and alcohol awareness event.
As the students at Santa Fe University of Art and Design will discover, the planet is not as vacant as previously thought. At 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct 29, the annual Halloween dance will begin with a massive abduction.
Lorenzo Diaz, a Digital Arts major, is a member of The Student Activities Board. He is painting a danger sign as part of the decorations needed for the school dance Abducted! The dance is scheduled to open at 10 p.m. on Friday Oct.29.
Friends cram together in to fit the whole group in a shot taken by Ramona Sanchez. The festive photo booths are arguably the most popular feature of every Student Activities Board event, and never fail to attract a crowd. It’s the perfect way to remember the night without having to do any...
Art school gets a bad reputation of doing only arts and crafts, but Feb. 6 the Student Activities Board decided to embrace that stereotype. Taking a break from rigorous editing and rehearsals, students came to enjoy the lighthearted activities.
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