April 30th - May 1st, 1999
This Year's Theme!
Plain and simple. This year's theme is 7. It's very flexible, it's unbiased, and it's
a major source of calcuim. The theme may be modified slightly to The year of the 7 or
some such thing. Things like the 7 deadly sins, the 7 wonders of the world, lucky 7's, etc.
can be tied to events during the day, or may just be used for advertising.
What You'll Find @ Quadfest VII
Check out the Master List of events and
event sponsors. This list is constantly updated and should be considered
correct. Only those organizations who have contacted us prior to Quadfest
will be allowed to participate. No organization may collect money
for any reason, and the selling of merchanidise is strictly
prohibited. Everything you'll find at Quadfest is FREE, and soveneir
t-shirts are available for a small fee (to help defray the cost of the
extreme excitement you'll find at Quadfest).
For monetary purposes, Quadfest now falls under the domain of Soccomm. And, being that we
are ofically budgeted by SGA, we thought we'd share with you the process by which we decided
how to spend your money.
All of the earth-friendly minutes that follow are made out of 100% recycled electrons in order
to further Quadfest's efforts to protect our natural resources.
The senior Quad chairs for Quadfest this year are:
There are also sub-chairs, in charge of specific tasks for this year's
Quadfest. They are:
- Planning Chairs:
- Jon Barlow, email@example.com
- Josh Cloutier, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Day-Of Chairs:
- Willy Nunn, email@example.com
- Amanda Santos, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Publicity Sub-chairs
- Event Sub-chairs
- Plant Services Man
- Sean Donahue
- Campus Police
- DAKA Man
- Seth Flagg
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Last Modified: March 16, 1999