+ Thursday, April 26, 2012
4pm to 7pm Thursday
+ Friday, April 27, 2012
Capture the Flag for the Cure is the closing event for Zeta Tau Alpha's Think Pink Week, an effort to increase Breast Cancer Education and Awareness. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester. Register your team of 5 for $15 at the Think Pink tables week 7, or for $20 at 11am on the day of the tournament!
The Best Band in the land will be playing our outstanding music for all to hear.
This is the annual stroll competition, hosted by the National Pan Hellenic Council, in which multicultural Greek letter organizations compete in a "stroll-off". This event promotes Greek pride and unity amongst the organizations. Every year this event brings a great crowd and promotes a lot of excitement within the RIT community. Come out and see which Greek Letter Organization reigns Supreme!
8pm Friday to 1am saturday
RIT Improv brings to you another free improv show! Come join us to have a night of laughter and improvised fun.
In conjunction with the 24 Hour Show. Auditions will be held for people who wish to act. Directors and writers are also encouraged to show up to see the people involved in the acting aspect. All who audition will get a part in one of the skits performed.
Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive, and Dodge your way over to SLC Mini Gym. Finish your week 7 out strong, by hanging out with fellow dodgeballers and remember if you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball. Leave your stress at the door and throw some balls!
Come out for a great night with amazing Drag Queens and
Kings! Enjoy fabulous comedy, dance, and music!!
In conjunction with RIT Players 24 Hour Show and auditions. Directly following auditions, any person wanting to write skits for the 24 Hour Show is welcome to do so. Skits will need to follow the theme the Artistic Director has chosen (which will be announced at auditions) and fall within guidelines set Skits will be chosen by the Artistic Director and chosen skits will be performed 10pm.
+ Saturday, April 28, 2012
A large car show fundraiser for RIT's car club. All makes/models are welcome from Euro to JDM to Muscle and more. Free to view and only $5 to get show parking and eligibility for prizes. There will be something for everyone; cars, food, music, prizes, vendors and lots of fun!
Mark your calendars!!!!!!!
Make a Difference and enjoy our 10 Year anniversary of Hosting Karen's Walk.
Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity will be hosting our 10th annual Karen’s Walk & 5K run on April 28, 2012. The funds raised will go towards the Karen Decker Cardiomyopathy Fund, which supports cardiomyopathy research at the University of Rochester Medical Center. The walk & 5K run is open to both the RIT and the Rochester community.
Registration: 8:30am - 9:45am
Food, Music and Raffle: 11:30am - 1:00pm
$12 for Students, $22 for General Public
Come out and join Cru to tie-dye your Springfest T-shirt. We will be helping people tie-dye their Springfest shirts in a variety of colors and a variety of ways. Don't have a Springfest shirt? Bring something else and we will help you tie-dye that as well. It is sure to be a lot of fun for everyone.
Get your teams together and sign up for the RIT Grassroot Soccer 3v3 tournament! Global Union promises that this tournament will be a great opportunity for everyone on campus to make a difference while playing a great game! The TOP 4 TEAMS will be eligible to compete in the Challenge 3v3 National Championship at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, at Walt Disney World® Resort. All funds raised benefit Grassroot Soccer (GRS), an international non-profit that uses the power of soccer to prevent the spread of AIDS and save lives among those with the highest rates of new infections—youth in Africa. Registration Fee: $10 per person and $50 per team ($20 includes a Grassroot Soccer t-shirt) Teams are made up of 5 members - 3 players and 2 subs, no goalies.
CSA's annual cultural parade down the quater mile. Festivities include music, dance, games, food, and much more.
The Wells Project, RIT Club Flag Football, ASA and Residence Life will be hosting a Powderpuff Football Tournament in which all the proceeds go towards building a well in Haiti! Registration will start at 11am in the fields behind Gracies. The games will start at 12pm.
Teams of between 10 and 15 girls will square off in 7 vs. 7 games. It is $5 per player and be sure to sign up quickly because spots are limited to 16 teams!
Player participants are restricted to women only, however, we are looking for males to cheerlead (prizes will be awarded to the most spirited cheerleaders). Spectators of all genders are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Along with the games in the tournament, this event will include:
and an all around good time!
There will be t-shirt sales and we will be accepting donations at the event as well, so feel free to bring your wallet.
Free face painting offered by RIT Cosplay Troupe. We can paint anything in the alphabet, from Applejack to Zeta Prime.
Join us in a student panel discussion between different faiths. Come to learn and asks questions to explore the different religions practiced on campus.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated, Mu Sigma Chapter presents Braggin' Rights!!
On the 28th of April in the Ingle Auditorium. The Brothers of the Mu Sigma Chapter plan to bring the Art of Stepping to the Rochester Community. Steppers from Rochester High Schools, Colleges from Upstate New York Colleges, NYS Greek Letter Organizations will be competing for a cash prize. Doors will open at 5pm and show will begin at 6pm. Tickets will be sold by Brothers of the Mu Sigma Chapter.
It's that time of year! The third annual Accentastic is being held this year in Webb Auditorium at 8PM on April 28th.
We are excited to announce that we have a set list full of brand new songs, many never heard before! In addition to the music, we have two fantastic guest groups, the Syracuse Otto-Tunes, and The Originals from Carnegie Mellon.
Tickets are available in advance for $4 from any Vocal Accent member, online at accentastic2012.eventbrite.com, at Bytes on the Run, or at the door for $5.
Everyone is welcome to help write, direct or act a short skit for a performance on Saturday night. Auditions will be held Friday night for acting (everyone who auditions gets a part!) and shows will be written according to the theme that same night. 6-10 scripts will be chosen Rehearsal will take place throughout the day depending on director and cast. Everyone will then come together Saturday night to give a performance of the plays that were written, directed and rehearsed all in 24 hours!
Celebrate with the winners of the step show!!
+ Sunday, April 29, 2012
A parade that will consist of clubs, Greek organizations, MSOs, and any other student groups who would like to participate. Contestants will be judged in three categories: Most Creative, Best Overall, and Most Representative. There will be a barbecue at the Sentinel to finish off the parade.
All days interactive booths, food and shows by one best cultural at RIT. Might be the last one so marks your calendar !!!