As spring break approaches, students may be getting anxious for relaxation and fun.
Shippensburg University’s Activities Program Board (APB) has come to the rescue with a night of singing and the sweet taste of a chocolate fountain on Thursday night.
APB is hosting a karaoke night to send students off with peace of mind before heading home for spring break.
APB Treasurer Trent Betham is coordinating the event.
“Our goal with it is to hold an event for students to wind down before big events like spring break or how we have ‘Relax with APB’ right before finals week,” he said. “It’s just a night to relax with some food.”
Students will have the freedom to choose any song they want to sing.
“We’re hoping that the students will be entertained by the attendees that decide to sing, and if not, I’m sure a brave APB member will step up and sing a song or two,” Betham said.
APB is offering free food and drinks to enjoy as students watch their peers on stage.
Betham plans to provide a chocolate fountain with fruit, cookies, s’mores, Rice Krispie treats and other desserts to smother in chocolate. There will also be coffee and other drinks to accompany the food.
Students are encouraged to take a break from studying and have fun with their peers in a night of karaoke and chocolate fountains.
Karaoke night will be held in McFeely’s Coffeehouse, at 9 p.m.