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The fully student-run organization organizes events throughout the fall and spring semesters — from bingo nights to fall and spring concerts featuring some of the biggest names in music. In fact, the organization hosts at least three events each week.
“SPB is a huge reason why I love this school so much,” said Shannon Flaherty ‘22, president of SPB. “From my first week at Quinnipiac, I knew I wanted to join SPB.” She said she is excited to be able to host regular in-person events throughout the 2021-22 academic year.
Of the countless traditions SPB leads each year, Bobcat Bounce — which entails filling the Quad with inflatable activities — leaps above the competition for Flaherty.
Throughout the year, SPB sponsors traditional late-night events every Friday and Saturday — from film screenings on the first Friday of every month to weekly trivia nights.
Like Flaherty, students can join SPB in the first days as a Bobcat. The organization has a general board as well as committees for each of their different chairs:
Arts & Entertainment
Cultures & Conversations
Traditions & Community
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