Homecoming week is already in full swing, don’t miss out on anymore activities!
The week was kicked off with hypnotist Brian Imbus on Monday night. Over 200 students packed into the Rogalski Center Ballroom for some good laughs. The crowd roared when Imbus made the participants favorite body part “grow”!
Last night was the annual Lip Sync Battle. While there were many great contestants, only one was able to go home with the $100 prize!
Tonight, singer Noah Hoehn will be performing live on the Rogalski patio at 7:00pm.
Bring your school spirit to Lee Lohman on Thursday for the annual Pep Rally! The rally starts at 9:00pm, bee sure to arrive early to get a good seat.
We have been waiting a long time, and Friday marks the day of the Wellness and Recreation Center Blessing and Dedication Ceremony. Join in the celebration of the largest single capital project in school’s history at 5:30pm.
Friday night, make sure to get a team of six together for the trivia night. Bring your friends and bring your brains!
Last, but not least, Saturday is packed full of fun activities.
The 22nd annual Killer Bee 5K and Bumble Rumble begins the day as runners of all ages race to the finish line. The first race begins at 8:00am with the kids run to follow after. The SAU track team has worked hard to organize the event! For more information, you can check out their Facebook page.
What better way to finish a run, than stuffing your face with lots of goodies? The Taste of Ambrose will be on the Rogalski lawn from 11-1:00pm where you can indulge in some delicious food and treats from a variety of campus clubs.
The Fighting Bee Football game begins at 1:00pm. Come early for the pre-game show that starts at 12:40pm at Brady Street Stadium. The pre-game show features the band, cheerleaders and the dance team!
There will also be a variety of reunions to attend for any SAU alumni! Don’t miss out on the fun this week, and go Bees!
SAUmediaHive is a collaborative student project with the aim of improving our writing skills and understanding how sharability works in digital communication. Opinions and commentary are our own and do not reflect that of St. Ambrose University or the Department of Communication.