Don your blue and gold and get ready it's almost party time! FallFest is one of the best-attended Triad festivals each year. Join thousands of students, alumni and community members Sept. 26 for a full day of play. Read more about what's coming up on Sept. 26.
FallFest offers all the elements of a good party music, food, friends and something to cheer about. Make plans to attend Sept. 26.
When you make plans to attend FallFest, save room in your schedule for a Broadway-caliber performance. Then plan on coming back to campus for more. Find out who's coming to campus for the University Concert & Lecture Series.
It may only be August, but it's not too early to start thinking about basketball. Especially men's basketball. This year the Spartans will take to the floor on their new home court Greensboro Coliseum. Read more about next year's lineup at the Greensboro Coliseum.
In just a few days, the residence halls will be transformed. Hallways will be clogged with futons and mini refrigerators. Parents will lug in box after box. Students will greet old friends or meet the stranger sharing their room for the next year. Added into the mix will be international students from 23 countries and 53 partner universities. This year's 133 exchange students the largest group ever have more adjustments than the average freshman. Read more about these unique students.
Folks affiliated with the Bryan School of Business and Economics will gather for some not-so-serious business Sept. 19 when the school's Alumni Association will host the 16th annual Bryan School Golf Tournament at Bryan Park. Learn how your participation can help endow the new Bryan School Alumni Association scholarship.
Don't forget to mark your calendars for Sept. 26 FallFest will be back and better than ever. Learn more about this and other upcoming events.