Splatterbeat goes lights out Friday
The Marshall University Campus Activities Board has partnered with Housing and Residence Life to bring Splatterbeat to campus. The event will be 10 p.m. to midnight Friday at Buskirk Field.
“Splatterbeat is a gigantic paint party,” Lee Tabor, a coordinator for CAB, said. “We have three 55-gallon drums of paint, goggles, earplugs and shower caps for students.”
A maximum of 50 students will be allowed to participate at one time with 15-minute increments for each group. The Memorial Student Center will also be left open for students who need a break or have to use the bathroom. DJ Twin will be there playing music for the paint party, as well.
“It’s a harmless way for students to relieve some stress and have some fun in the process,” Tabor said. “This year we decided to have Splatterbeat during Relay for Life to increase attendance and get more involvement from our student body to come out and actually see what Relay for Life is.”
This event is free and open to all students.
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