We’re not saying underage drinking is not a crime and that certain persons are above the law. We are saying that the police weren’t enforcing the law — they were enforcing Fling.
There is no such thing as a free Spring Fling.
The Social Planning and Event Committee’s 2012-2013 year budget allocations show that putting on the annual Spring Fling concert is a $376,000 affair.
Why do we jam pack the year’s allotted fun into one weekend when it never turns out to be the best one?
Though Fling weekend is over, talk of Tyga’s controversial lyrics is not.
According to Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush, 31 citations were issued at two off-campus parties on Thursday night by the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.
Despite the rain and recent controversies about the performers, students enjoyed the concert featuring Tyga, Girl Talk and Janelle Monae and the carnival-themed festivities in this year’s Spring Fling.
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Tyga won’t be the only one promoting sexism on Friday. While there has been much furor over Tyga’s lyrics, certain groups at Penn will be propagating a more ubiquitous and insidious form of sexism over Fling: our fraternities.
A number of students, through groups and fraternities, are leaving Penn’s Spring Fling concert for Villanova University’s Alesso concert.