Dia del Este strikes again

Dia del Este came back bigger and better than ever this semester, causing the entire campus to burst with excitement from Sept. 17-19. The festivities began Thursday night with a showing of the theatre department’s Waiting for Godot, which was free with a Dia del Este ticket. The party really started Friday afternoon with the triumphant return of Hainer’s Country Fair, followed by Gallup’s Luau, Kea-Guffin’s ‘70s House, the performances of both Fault Line and Jenny & Tyler and a late-night dance party in Gough.

Saturday’s events opened with a Fall Carnival on the softball field, where some of the braver students attempted the gyroscope. At 6 p.m., a massive fan base from Eastern made the trek next door to watch the men’s soccer team battle with Cabrini. The night wrapped up with a B-I-N-G-O party at Doane and the wildly popular video karaoke party in the Dining Commons.

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