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Spotlight PROGRAMS BOARD EVENT CALENDAR

2016 - 2017

Distinguished Speaker Series Glenda hatchett

GEORGE TAKEI

THURSDAY February 3 p.m.

Tierra Benton

9 Model & Motivational Speaker and Georgia State Alumna

Award winning author, activist and former Chief Presiding Judge of Fulton County

SPRING 2017 TUESDAY VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

THURSDAY January

4 p.m.

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February

Actor, Social Justice Activist & Social Media Mega-Power

3 p.m.

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SPOTLIGHT PROGRAMS BOARD MISSION Spotlight Programs Board is a university-sponsored, student-driven program of the Georgia State University Student Center that coordinates activities to enhance and enrich the quality of student life at Georgia State. Spotlight addresses the needs and interests of the diverse student body by providing social, cultural, educational and entertainment events on campus. Most events are free and open to the university community and range from movies, speaking events and concerts to novelty events, trips to metroarea attractions and much more. Popular events include the Distinguished Speaker Series, Panther Prowls, Homecoming festivities, Campus the Courtyard MovieFest, Music Series, Georgia Campus State MovieFest, Nights atGeorgia local Atlanta State Nights attractions at local andAtlanta the Pantherpalooza attractions and spring the Pantherpalooza concert. spring concert.

COMMITTEES Arts & Culture

This committee is responsible for presenting inspiring elements of the arts to the Georgia State University student body. Potential events include, include Gallery but are Lounge not limited to, art Gallery exhibits,Lounge studentart Art artexhibits, Exhibits, competitions student student andart art Georgia competitions, competitions, State and Night Georgia at the State Woodruff NightArts at the Center. Woodruff Arts Center.

Live Entertainment

Panthers After Dark

This committee is responsible for programming, promoting and implementing a range of live acts from local and student musicians and bands to nationally recognized performers and comedians. Potential events include, include but are openlimited not mic nights, to, to; open Open Amateur mic Micnights, Nights, Night, Amateur Amateur Block Party, Night, Night, comedy Block Block shows comedy Party, Comedy and Pantherpalooza Showsand andPantherpalooza Spring Pantherpalooza concert. Spring Springconcert. concert. shows

This committee is responsible for programming unique, interactive and fun events that will typically occur once a month during the evening. Potential Future events eventsmay include, include but are Panther not limited Prowl, to, Panther hypnotists Prowl, or magicians hypnotistsand or magicians magicians, game shows. and and game shows.

Daytime

This committee is responsible for planning and implementing two to three events a month consisting of home-grown activities, plaza performances, novelties and holiday themed events over the lunch hour and other parts of the day. Potential Past events have include, included but areCasino not limited Day, to, Salsa Casino PlazaDay, andSalsa national Plaza Plaza, celebrations and national national celebrations such celebrations as Veterans and such a Veteran’s Day. as Veterans Day Celebration. Day. Cinema & and Gaming Gaming

This committee is responsible is responsible forfor booking booking various various types of movies, movies which which include include blockbusters, blockbusters, classics, classics, independents, shorts and sneak peek screenings. Potential Typical events include, include Cinema but are not Under limited the Stars, to, to; Cinema video Under game the Stars, tournaments, video Video game Game karaoke tournaments, Tournaments, nights, Dinner karaoke Karaoke and nights, a Nights, Movie Dinner Dinner and a Campus Movie MovieFest. and Campus the Campus MovieFest. Movie Fest.

Panther Connections Marketing

This committee is responsible for ensuring that the student body is aware of all of Spotlight events through creative use of traditional, multimedia marketing and social media, as well as other innovative efforts. Membership

This committee coordinates volunteer opportunities for the smooth running of programs by maintaining a current roster of active volunteers and conducting membership meetings and training sessions.

Get Involved!

This committee is responsible for planning and implementing events designed for graduate, professional and nontraditional students as well as increasing exposure to venues and attractions that the metro Atlanta area has to offer. Possible Potentialevents eventsmight include, include but are Georgia not limited Stateto, to; Nights Georgia at the State Atlanta Nights Botanical at the Garden, AtlantaSix Botanical Flags, Aquarium, Garden, Sixsporting Flags, Aquarium, game nights,sporting Sporting Centergame Game for Civil nights, nights, and Center Human Centerfor for Rights Civil Civiland and Human and gradRights Rights, nights.and and grad Gradnights. Nights. Spirit & Traditions

This committee focuses on promoting school spirit and maintaining traditional events suited to the needs and interests of the entire student body. Potential Traditional events events include have included but are not tailgates, limitedRoyal to, to tailgates, tailgates, Ball, Golf Royal Royal CartBall, Ball, Parade, Golf GolfHomecoming Cart Cart Parade, Parade, Court, footballCourt, Homecoming tailgates, football Graduation tailgates,Block Graduation Senior Party Night/Week and Block the Party Greek and the and Showcase. Greek the Greek Showcase. Showcase.


2016-2017 Executive Board

VOLUNTEER VOLUNTEER FOR FOR SPOTLIGHT SPOTLIGHT

Makeisha Graves

Executive Director

Scott Mayott Nosa Omokaro

Associate Director

Im’Unique Hyler

Arts and Culture Chair

spotlightexecdirector@gmail.com

DEAR MLK spotlightassocdirector@gmail.com RECEPTION spotlightarts1@gmail.com Wednesday

Spotlight produces many large scale events andproduces is always looking students help Spotlight many largefor scale eventstoand is alwaysensure lookingthat for those students to help ensure that those events run well and are events run well and are successful. It is simple to successful. It is simple volunteer. volunteer. All applications aretoavailable on OrgSync.

Aaron Lightner

January 18, 2017 Cinema and Gaming Chair spotlightfilms1@gmail.com

Aleem Ogbomoh BaaQar Nicole

Daytime Chair

spotlightdaytime@gmail.com

Zayreton Slaton

Live Entertainment Chair

spotlightliveentertainment@gmail.com

Applications for 2017-2018 Executive Director & To Director volunteer for Spotlight: Associate Deadline: February 3, 2017

Andrew Stuckey

Marketing Chair

Join the celebration of Martin spotlightmarketing5@gmail.com

Allison Clark

Membership Chair

spotlightmembership@gmail.com breathtaking and powerful images

Jamear Jackson

Panthers After Dark Chair

from the Dear World shoot in spotlightpad@gmail.com

Candice Onukwue Panther Connections Chair

spotlightpantherconnections@gmail. om a conversation on race, ccivility,

Adriana Selci

politics and humanity while spotlighttraditions@gmail.com

. Fill out a short online Volunteer Application Applications for 2017-2018 Committee Chair positions Attend a27, volunteer Deadline:. February 2017 training. . Students who have questions should contact

To join Spotlight as a volunteer, complete athe short the membership stop by Spotlight volunteer application onlinechair and or attend a volunteer office. Get involved right away! Help to make training session. events happen!

Spirit and Traditions Chair

SCE Gallery 4-6 p.m.

Luther King, Jr. with some of the

honor of social justice. Be a part of

Contact us:

For more information and details, check the Spotlight web site, contact the Spotlight Membership Chair or stop by the Spotlight Office in: Student Center East,located Suite 316

55 Gilmer Student Center East,Street Suite 316, 404-413-1610 MondayAtlanta, - Friday GA 8:3030303 a.m.-5:15 p.m. 404-413-1610

celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

STAFF Phillip R. Smith

Assistant Director for Programs

Michelle Z. Canales Student Affairs Advisor Samantha Sepulski Student Affairs Advisor Chinara Thomas Senior Administrative Coordinator

Edward Thomas Besse Chinara spotlight.gsu.edu spotlight.gsu.edu Danielle Gardner /GSUspotlight /GSUspotlight Chloe Palmer @gsuspotlight @gsuspotlight Kodasha Thomas @gsuspotlight @gsuspotlight Supported by Student Fees | studentaffairs.gsu.edu Supported by Student Fees | studentaffairs.gsu.edu

Graduate Administrative Assistant Senior Administrative Coordinator Graduate Administrative Assistant Graduate Administrative Assistant Graduate Administrative Assistant

To request disability accommodations at this event, please contact Disability Services at 404-413-1560. To request disability accommodations at this event, please contact Disability Services at 404-413-1560.

PANTHER WONDERLAND: PANTHER PROWL Friday January 27, 2017 Unity Plaza & Gilmer 8 p.m.-12 a.m. Panther Wonderland will transform Unity Plaza into Unity Ice Rink. There will be a hot cocoa bar and heaters available to keep things lit! It will feature a DJ to play the hottest music to warm everyone up! See you there!


2016 - 2017

Distinguished Speaker Series Glenda hatchett

GEORGE TAKEI

THURSDAY February 3 p.m.

Tierra Benton

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Award winning author, activist and former Chief Presiding Judge of Fulton County

Model & Motivational Speaker and Georgia State Alumna

THURSDAY January

TUESDAY

4 p.m.

19

February

Actor, Social Justice Activist & Social Media Mega-Power

3 p.m.

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JAMIE Tworkowski

Call for 2017 - 2018 Speakers Spotlight Programs Board is committed to bringing speakers to Georgia State’s campus that represent diverse experiences that support the mission of the institution. This past fall Spotlight broughtCAMPUS Donna Brazile and Margaret Hoover, as part of a conversation on the country’s general MOVIEFEST election. Additionally, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, the founders of Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Ice Cream, came to talk about social responsibility in FINALE business. These are examples of the kinds of speakers Georgia State has Monday hosted in the past.

New York Times Best - Selling Author and Founder of To Write Love on Her Arms

TUESDAY

April

3 p.m.

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February 13, 2017 Auditorium Spotlight needs the student body’s assistance inSpeakers generating a list of potential speakers to bring to campus that blends academic excellence 6 p.m.

and pop culture and represents diverse perspectives and identities. Spotlight has always and continues to value theDon't inputmiss of students, faculty, any of the “rad” action staff and administration in this process. from the “gnarly” Georgia State panthers, featuring a totally To review the established criteria for selecting a“awesome” speaker, please visit theCome 80's theme. website noted below. Students are encouraged“witness” to review this information wicked productions from before submitting recommendations. Spotlight the welcomes any and university’s very all own film suggestions and looks forward to seeing you at producers. these events next year. Please leave your suggestions on the form located at: spotlight.gsu.edu/distinguished-speaker-series/.

WATCH THE THRONE: GREEK The Distinguished Speaker Series engages students and university members in relevant, thought provoking discussions of a diverse range of issues that impact our lives. Each year, the Speaker Series brings prominent activists, artists, entrepeneurs, SHOWCASE environmentalists and other leading thinkers to campus to share their compelling stories andSaturday visionary ideas.

Supported by Student Fees | studentaffairs.gsu.edu

FREE EVENT!

Location: Student Center East Ballroom

Guests admitted on standby basis only. Doors open an hour before keynote. First priority seating for students, faculty and staff with Panther ID. To request disability accommodations at this event, please contact Disability Services at 404-413-1560.

February 25, 2017 Sports Arena 7 p.m. Greek Showcase is back and better than ever. Come out and watch your Georgia State Greeks fight to win the Crown in the Best Stroll, Step and Lip Sync categories. Purchase your tickets at


2016-2017 Executive Board

VOLUNTEER VOLUNTEER FOR FOR SPOTLIGHT SPOTLIGHT

Makeisha Graves

Executive Director

spotlightexecdirector@gmail.com

Scott Mayott Nosa Omokaro

Associate Director

DEAR MLK spotlightassocdirector@gmail.com RECEPTION

Im’Unique Hyler

Arts and Culture Chair

spotlightarts1@gmail.com Wednesday

Spotlight produces many large scale events andproduces is always looking students help Spotlight many largefor scale eventstoand is alwaysensure lookingthat for those students to help ensure that those events run well and are events run well and are successful. It is simple to successful. It is simple volunteer. volunteer. All applications aretoavailable on OrgSync.

Aaron Lightner

January 18, 2017 Cinema and Gaming Chair spotlightfilms1@gmail.com

Aleem Ogbomoh BaaQar Nicole

Daytime Chair

spotlightdaytime@gmail.com

Zayreton Slaton

Live Entertainment Chair

spotlightliveentertainment@gmail.com

Applications for 2017-2018 Executive Director & To Director volunteer for Spotlight: Associate Deadline: February 3, 2017

Andrew Stuckey

Marketing Chair

Join the celebration of Martin spotlightmarketing5@gmail.com

Allison Clark

Membership Chair

spotlightmembership@gmail.com breathtaking and powerful images

Jamear Jackson

Panthers After Dark Chair

from the Dear World shoot in spotlightpad@gmail.com

Candice Onukwue Panther Connections Chair

spotlightpantherconnections@gmail. om a conversation on race,ccivility,

Adriana Selci

politics and humanity while spotlighttraditions@gmail.com

. Fill out a short online Volunteer Application Applications for 2017-2018 Committee Chair positions Attend a27, volunteer Deadline:. February 2017 training. . Students who have questions should contact

To join Spotlight as a volunteer, complete athe short the membership stop by Spotlight volunteer application onlinechair and or attend a volunteer office. training session. Get involved right away! Help to make events happen!

Spirit and Traditions Chair

SCE Gallery 4-6 p.m.

Luther King, Jr. with some of the

honor of social justice. Be a part of

Contact us:

For more information and details, check the Spotlight web site, contact the Spotlight Membership Chair or stop by the Spotlight Office in: Student Center East,located Suite 316

55 Gilmer Student Center East,Street Suite 316, 404-413-1610 Atlanta, Monday - Friday GA 8:3030303 a.m.-5:15 p.m. 404-413-1610

celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

STAFF Phillip R. Smith

Assistant Director for Programs

Michelle Z. Canales Student Affairs Advisor Samantha Sepulski Student Affairs Advisor Chinara Thomas Senior Administrative Coordinator

Edward Thomas Besse Chinara spotlight.gsu.edu spotlight.gsu.edu Danielle Gardner /GSUspotlight /GSUspotlight Chloe Palmer @gsuspotlight @gsuspotlight Kodasha Thomas @gsuspotlight @gsuspotlight Supported by Student Fees | studentaffairs.gsu.edu Supported by Student Fees | studentaffairs.gsu.edu

Graduate Administrative Assistant Senior Administrative Coordinator Graduate Administrative Assistant Graduate Administrative Assistant Graduate Administrative Assistant

To request disability accommodations at this event, please contact Disability Services at 404-413-1560. To request disability accommodations at this event, please contact Disability Services at 404-413-1560.

PANTHER WONDERLAND: PANTHER PROWL Friday January 27, 2017 Unity Plaza & Gilmer 8 p.m.-12 a.m. Panther Wonderland will transform Unity Plaza into Unity Ice Rink. There will be a hot cocoa bar and heaters available to keep things lit! It will feature a DJ to play the hottest music to warm everyone up! See you there!


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CLASSES BEGIN Georgia State Night at Hawks tickets on sale SCW Campus Tickets

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Dear MLK Reception SCE Gallery 4-6 p.m.

UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY (MLK)

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Riff Off Cinefest 8 p.m.

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Georgia State Night at the Atlanta Hawks Philips Arena 7 p.m.

Casino Day SCE Ballroom 2-4 p.m.

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18Gallery Exhibit:

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19 MLK Speaker: Judge Glenda Hatchett SCE Ballroom 4 p.m.

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Expression Session Cinefest 7:30 p.m.

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Cinefest Featured Films

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7 PARTY SILENT Georgia STate Thursday March 2, 2017 Dahlberg Hall 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

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3 DJ's, one party, plot twist: it will be silent. Silent Party Georgia State will include 3 DJ's playing the hottest hip-hop and R&B on one station, the coolest Pop and EDM on another21 station and the best international music on a third station. Don’t miss it!

PANTHER PROWL 28 27 ReLoaded: Panther Prowl: Space Jam Panther Wonderland Unity Plaza & Gilmer Edition 8 p.m.-12 a.m. Friday March 31, 2017 Sports Arena 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

January 11-13: The Girl on the Train | 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m.

January 18-20: Kevin Hart: What Now? | 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m.,a7 new p.m. Loading

and improved for the last Panther Prowl of the year AND for the first time ever... it's taking place in the Sports Arena! The first 100 people in line with a sports jersey on will receive a prize. See you there!

January 25-27: Jack Reacher Never Go Back | 1 p.m.,Panther 3:10 p.m.,Prowl 5:20 p.m., 2.0.7:30 Joinp.m. us

For up-to-date event details and information, visit spotlight.gsu.edu


CAMPUS MOVIEFEST FINALE Monday February 13, 2017 Speakers Auditorium 6 p.m. Don't miss any of the “rad” action from the “gnarly” Georgia State panthers, featuring a totally “awesome” 80's theme. Come “witness” wicked productions from the university’s very own film producers.

WATCH THE THRONE: GREEK SHOWCASE Saturday February 25, 2017 Sports Arena 7 p.m. Greek Showcase is back and better than ever. Come out and watch your Georgia State Greeks fight to win the Crown in the Best Stroll, Step and Lip Sync categories. Purchase your tickets at spotlight.gsu.edu.


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Good Morning Commuters 10 Langdale Hall, 11 Unity Plaza, Georgia Petit State Science Center Night at Woodruff 9-11 a.m. Woodruff Arts Center

Good Morning Commuters Langdale, Unity Plaza, Petit Sci Ctr 9-11 a.m. Spotlight General Body Meeting Speakers Aud. 12-1 p.m.

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Amateur Night SCE Ballroom 7 p.m.

Distinguished Speaker: George Takei SCE Ballroom 3 p.m.

6-11 p.m.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Sweet Tarts with Sweet Hearts SCE Ballroom 12-1 p.m.

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Georgia State Night at the Civil Rights Museum 7-10 p.m. Tickets on sale online at spotlight.gsu.edu

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SPRING4 FLING WEEK

28 Alumna Speaker: Tierra Benton Speakers Auditorium 3 p.m.

Cinefest Featured Films

Distinguished 18Speaker: Jamie Tworkowski SCE Ballroom 3 p.m.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

25Jam Panther Paint Watch the Throne: Gilmer Street Greek Showcase 6-10 p.m. Featuring Comedian Dukk Sports Arena 7 p.m.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Pantherpalooza Arena February 8-10: Race | 1 p.m., 3:20 p.m., 5:40 p.m., 88p.m. p.m February 1-3: Moonlight | 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m. Sports

February 15-17: Loving | 1 p.m., 3:10 p.m., 5:20 p.m., 7:30 p.m. February 22-24: Southside with You | 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m.

For up-to-date event details and information, visit

Spring Fling is a week-long series of fun and engaging programs that give students spotlight.gsu.edu the opportunity to let loose and de-stress just before buckling down for finals week.


SILENT PARTY Georgia STate Thursday March 2, 2017 Dahlberg Hall 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

3 DJ's, one party, plot twist: it will be silent. Silent Party Georgia State will include 3 DJ's playing the hottest hip-hop and R&B on one station, the coolest Pop and EDM on another station and the best international music on a third station. Don’t miss it!

PANTHER PROWL ReLoaded: Space Jam Edition Friday March 31, 2017 Sports Arena 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

Loading a new and improved Panther Prowl 2.0. Join us for the last Panther Prowl of the year AND for the first time ever... it's taking place in the Sports Arena! The first 100 people in line with a sports jersey on will receive a prize. See you there!


SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Cinefest Featured Films March 1-3: La La Land | 1 p.m., 3:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:45 p.m.

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Silent Party Georgia State Dahlberg Hall 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

March 8-10: Edge of Seventeen | 1 p.m., 3:20 p.m., 5:40 p.m., 8 p.m. March 22-24: Dr. Strange | 1 p.m., 3:10 p.m., 5:20 p.m., 7:30 p.m. March 29-31: Passengers | 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m.

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Gallery Exhibit: Printmaking Students & Faculty Reception SCE Gallery 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

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Panther Luau Unity Plaza 12-1 p.m. Rhythm Roulette: Georgia State Skate Night A Night of Poetry and Art Sparkles Family Fun SCE Ballroom Center Smyrna 6-9 p.m. 7-11 p.m.

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Panther Prowl Reloaded: Space Jam Edition Sports Arena 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

For up-to-date event details and information, visit spotlight.gsu.edu


SPRING FLING WEEK Monday, April 3, 2017

Good Morning Commuters Langdale Hall, Unity Plaza, Petit Science Center 9-11 a.m.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Distinguished Speaker: Jamie Tworkowski SCE Ballroom 3 p.m.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Panther Paint Jam Gilmer Street 6-10 p.m.

Thursday, April 6, 2017 Pantherpalooza Sports Arena 8 p.m

Spring Fling is a week-long series of fun and engaging programs that give students the opportunity to let loose and de-stress just before buckling down for finals week.


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Good Morning Commuters Langdale, Unity Plaza, Petit Sci. Ctr. 9-11 a.m.

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Distinguished Speaker: Jamie Tworkowski SCE Ballroom 3 p.m.

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Panther Paint Jam Gilmer St. 6-10 p.m.

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Pantherpalooza Sports Arena 8 p.m.

SPRING FLING WEEK

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Multicultural Center End of the Year Reception SCE Gallery 5-8 p.m.

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Football Spring Game & Tailgate TBD

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Georgia State Night at Six Flags Six Flags Over Georgia 6 p.m.-12 a.m.

Graduation Block Party Unity Plaza & Gilmer 6-9 p.m.

PantherCon SCE Ballroom 12-6 p.m.

GRADUATION WEEK

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Cinefest: Featured Films April 5-7: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story | 1 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:40 p.m., 8 p.m. April 12-14: Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them | 1 p.m., 3:20 p.m., 5:40 p.m., 8 p.m. April 19-21: Moana | 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m.

For up-to-date event details and information, visit spotlight.gsu.edu


Cinefest: Featured Films April 5-7: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story | 1 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:40 p.m., 8 p.m. April 12-14: Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them | 1 p.m., 3:20 p.m., 5:40 p.m., 8 p.m. April 19-21: Moana | 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m.


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UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY (Memorial Day)

For up-to-date event details and information, visit spotlight.gsu.edu


art, music, dance, theatre, and fun …

for only $25! THE ALLIANCE THEATRE

The 2016/2017 Season P. A. W. Pass THE HIGH MUSEUM OF ART

Georgia State and The Woodruff Arts Center have partnered to create the Panthers at Woodruff (P.A.W.) Pass which offeres students unlimited access to programs with a $25 season pass. With the pass you can reserve tickets to performances of the Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, along with admission to the High Museum of Art and its programs such as Friday Night Lates, Film Screenings and College Nights.

Buying tickets Tickets can be reserved 72 hours in advance of show. Make your reservation at www.woodruffcenter.org/PAW and enjoy the show.

Georgia State University Night P.A.W.

ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

P.A.W.

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How do I sign up?

Don’t miss out! Buy your P.A.W. Pass at Campus Tickets, Student Center West. Atlanta’s best arts are right at your fingertips. P. A. W. Passes are available to registeredstudents and faculty only. Keep your eye on spotlight.gsu.edu for upcoming events.

Supported by Student Fees

The View - Volume 1 - Spring 2017  

Calendar of events put on by the Georgia State University Spotlight Programs Board.

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