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Spring Fest Speculation at Programming Board

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Programming Board x SGA Spring Fest poster.

On Tuesday, March 5th, Pace’s Programming Board met to discuss details about the upcoming SpringFest ceremony. They could not spoil a lot of details as they want to keep this year’s theme and trip a surprise; they will be announced at an eclipse viewing event on April 8. Various members of the e-board answered questions and shared their thoughts about the event. They are as follows: 

 

  1. Why do you think SpringFest is so popular? 

Eva Pannone ‘25: Springfest has been a really big thing. I witnessed the first one [during] my freshman year when they had Lil Yachty and that was cool. 

 Tony Moretto ‘24: Plus, we’re still doing the carnival. We’re planning that a lot, and putting a lot of budget towards that. We’re reaching out with some really good food trucks. 

 

  1. How would you describe this year’s festival? 

 

Anthony Moretto ‘24: Spring. 

 

Lekhaa Singh ‘26:  A festival. 

 

  1. What genre is it [the artist]? What’s the vibe? 

Eva Pannone ‘25: R&B rap. 

 Kiran Kaur ‘25: Let’s just say it’ll be an “out of this world experience.” 

  1. What decade are they from?  

Eva Pannone ‘25: 2010 forward and within our lifetime. 

  1. What are your budget estimates for this year? 

 Anthony Moretto ‘24: Don’t worry about it.  

Sasha Palmer ‘25: I will say that it’s at least one dollar. 

  1. How does SpringFest compare to last year? 

Sasha Palmer ‘25: Last year, it was during the daytime and it also rained. We’re hoping that it doesn’t rain this year but we are going to do it at night. It will be from 6 to 10. We’ve picked out a lot of different food trucks that we haven’t had before. 

 

  1. Do you think SpringFest helps alleviate stress during finals? 

Anthony Moretto ‘24: Not for us! 

Kiran Kaur ‘25: I think it’s a fun way to end the semester that doesn’t have people focusing just on their exam in the end. 

 

*NOTE: The questions have been edited for clarity purposes. 

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