Spring of senior year is perhaps one of the busiest times of an undergraduate’s academic career; internships, work, classes, senior projects, are all thoughts and occurrences that are racing around in one’s mind. But one event in particular should be at the forefront of senior’s minds: On Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, from 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. in the West Room of Reid Hall, the class of 2018 is having their “100 Nights” or Senior Formal celebration.

Flyers went out a little more than a week ago, and seniors can look forward to having a night to remember with friends, and other seniors. The event will also include a DJ, food, drink, and a dance floor.

There is a suggested entry donation of $20.18; when one pays this entry fee, they are not only helping start the campaign for raising funds for our class gift, but they will also be reserve a senior class t-shirt, which will be handed out during senior week.

Please note: the t-shirt is still in the final design stages, and one will not be given at the door of the formal. Also, please remember that this is a suggested donation price. You can give any amount at the door, but we want to start planting the idea in people’s minds about fundraising and donating towards the class gift.

Seniors are also allowed to bring one guest, and must show a VALID Manhattanville ID card; all non-Manhattanville attendees will be required to show a VALID guest registration pass. If anyone has any questions about the Senior Formal, please do not hesitate to reach out to either myself, Heather Krannich, Student Body President, or Brianne McKissick, Vice President of the Senior Class.

As a side note to all seniors, please make sure to be on the lookout for any more senior class events and fundraisers that will be happening this semester. All events will be emailed and noted on different social media platforms.