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Warriors Dance the Night Away at the Lets Glow Warriors Homecoming Party

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Students Dancing at the Let’s Glow Warriors homecoming party.

CSU Stanislaus had a Let’s Glow Warriors homecoming party in the Student Center with a glow in the dark theme. The event, held Feb. 15, saw students greeted at the entrance with the use of unlimited glow sticks throughout the night. 
The music blared as one entered the Student Center and the dark room lit up with strobe lights and glow sticks worn by students. 
There were several activities taking place during the event. Along the edge of the room students gathered around playing cup pong and in the center of the room, games of corn hole took place. 
It was Jorge Berrelleza’s (senior, Criminal Justice) first time attending a school event held at night since the ones he usually attends are during the day in the quad area. 
“I legit thought there was going to be less people, but I’m quite surprised there’s more,” he said. 

There were a number of students who were wearing their homecoming candidate sashes.  
Savory Shepard (junior, Liberal Studies), who is a part of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority, was one of those who was nominated. It was also her first time participating in a college homecoming. 
“My favorite part is probably getting together with all the other candidates, and kind of seeing what we have in common and meeting new people,” she said. 
Shepard explained the process of becoming a candidate and how it is not restricted to only fraternities and sororities. 
“It can actually be any student on campus; they just need at least ten friends to come with them, so that’s why it’s easier when you’re in an organization to participate,” Shepard explained.
As the night went on, more students gathered on the dance floor to dance the night away. 
“Students love music and lively atmospheres and we wanted to deliver,” said Milleina Ruiz, ASI Programs Graduate Assistant.  
Ruiz described homecoming week as a fun series of events, which she enjoys taking part of when she sees students having a blast. 

The Let’s Glow Warrior’s event came into fruition thanks to the members of ASI and SC Code Red Entertainment, who brainstormed the ideas for the theme and activities that were provided, as well as overseeing the event to make sure it ran smoothly.
“The purpose of hosting this event for students is to create a space and environment for students to hang out, meet other students, and enjoy a fun event as part of their college experience” Ruiz explained. 
Ruiz encourages all students to attend school events.
“Do it,” she said. “There is never any harm in attending our events, there is always something for everyone.”
If you would like to stay up to date with upcoming events and activities on campus, check out @asi_cs_stanstate.

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Warriors Dance the Night Away at the Lets Glow Warriors Homecoming Party