“The Department of Health inspection is scheduled and if the Laker passes it will open Thursday,” said MSG President Nick Latta. “There will be a Grand Opening celebration next Thursday, including a dunk tank.”
“All the money raised will go to Relay for Life,” Advisor Sarah Allen said.
In regards to the issue brought up about lighting in the gym, Senator TJ Lockhart said, “Maintenance is not in charge of the rec center until June 1. They will be reviewing the athletic facilities over the summer.”
Sen. Dylan Radtke said that small changes have already made noticeable differences.
“They took off one of the light covers and it made a huge difference. There’s one spot that’s really bright,” Radtke said.
This weekend is Kids and Sibs weekend starting with Bingo on Friday at 6 p.m. and Inflatables, Dance Dance Revolution, and stuffed bunnies.
“You don’t have to have a sibling to participate in the festivities,” SAC Chair Michelle Farley said.
Spring Fest tickets will be available for distribution starting at Relay for Life.
“We distribute tickets, we don’t sell them because the event is free,” said Events Coordinator Megan Lawrence. Thursday, April 30, is the first day to pick up guest tickets for non-students
Official Spring Fest t-shirts will be available for sale as well. This year the shirts will be black with white glow in the dark ink.
MSG officially approved Mercyhurst’s Rugby Club start-up funds. The club will be receiving these funds and can begin operating.