Office of University Relations
SDSM& T News
501 E. St. Joseph Street • Rapid City, SD 57701- 3995
Phone: ( 605) 394- 6082/ 2554 • Fax: ( 605) 394- 6177
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 20, 1999
M- WEEK BEGINS AT SDSM& T SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26!
Yes, it is that time of year again when life on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T) might seem just a little bit out of the ordinary. Sunday, September 26 marks the first day of M- Week when students at Tech will participate in a variety of fun and wacky activities that will culminate during Homecoming weekend, Friday October 1, and Saturday, October 2.
The week- long event offers freshmen the opportunity to showcase their new green beanies, and seniors to walk proudly donning their senior caps. M- Week will kick off on Sunday, September 26 with the senior/ frosh picnic in the Quad on campus. The picnic is set to take place at 12: 00 noon.
A schedule of M- Week activities includes:
Sunday, September 26 Senior/ Frosh picnic, 12: 00 noon, in the Quad
Monday, September 27 Intro to Candidates, 7: 00 pm, Surbeck Ballroom
Grubby Look- A- Like Contest, 7: 00 pm, Surbeck Ballroom
Entertainer: Frank Caliendo, 7: 00 pm, Surbeck Ballroom
Tuesday, September 28 Scavenger Hunt Across Rapid City, 4: 00 pm
Wednesday, September 29 Quad Games/ Ice Cream Social, 2: 00- 5: 00 pm, in the Quad
Thursday, September 30 Coronation/ Bonfire, 8: 00 pm, Surbeck Ballroom and Parking Lot
Friday, October 1 March to M- Hill, 12: 00 noon
M- day Picnic, 12: 00 noon
Mud Volleyball, 12: 00 noon
Saturday, October 2 M- DAY!
M- Week Parade
M- Week Dance
Volleyball South Dakota Tech Invitational
Football vs MSU at Northern, 12: 00 noon, O’Harra Stadium
For more information about M- Week activities, contact the Office of University Relations at ( 605) 394- 6082/ 2554.
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