Flipping the mood before finals

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Stress, although almost inevitable during the weeks leading up to finals, was battled by SAPB on Tuesday during their annual event titled “Flip the Script.” With breakfast for dinner served in Tower Dining and activities such as stress ball making on the second floor, students with ranging interests were invited to celebrate the closing of the semester with the club.

From 6-9 p.m., the first two floors of University Tower were booming with smiling students and even faculty who had made guest appearances during the event.

Madeline Cromer, the Director of Campus Traditions and Junior at IUPUI, noted that seeing the excitement on the faces of the faculty made the night even better. She also reiterated the importance of meeting with faculty outside of a classroom setting, especially at events such as Flip the Script.

“[It] is a great opportunity to network,” Cromer said.

The emphasis on an enjoyable, fun night comes not just from SAPB staff hoping to put on a great event, but from their goal of giving students a safe place to de-stress before finals. Whether a freshman or a senior,  a business or art major, all students are welcome at the event every year.

“Definitely come on out to Flip the Script,” Cromer said.

For more information on next year’s activities, stay up to date with SAPB on the Den's website.



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