Monthly Archives: January 2015

5 Awesome Rave Pictures To Get You Excited for #CohesionTour

This weekend will be a weekend full of fun between The Cohesion Tour coming to SSU, and the Superbowl, of course. It will be exciting in a dancing aspect, and a competition aspect. Hopefully the adrenaline from Friday will flow over onto our excitement on Sunday. The Patriots are preparing for the big day in Arizona, while at SSU we’re here preparing for the Cohesion Tour!

I’m sure everyone has goals of what awesome pictures they want to post on instagram from the Rave. Here are five pictures to inspire what awesome moment you want to capture on Friday:


The lights flashing, dozens of colors, loud music, and streamers falling. What fun features do you imagine Groove Boston has planned for us Friday night?


Do you have any cool dance moved prepared to show off?


What glow-in-the-dark tricks do you have planned?


Any light tricks up your sleeve?


Is music an escape for you? Are you happiest on the dance floor?

Don’t miss the COHESION TOUR this Friday, January 30 10pm – 1am in the Gassett Fitness Center. Tickets can be purchased in the Ellison Campus center room 217. $5 SSU students, $7 General Admission, $10 at the door.


A Tribute to MLK, and All That He’s Known For

Martin Luther King, Jr. is the most known, beloved, and important figure in civil rights history. We have a whole day off of school for him, and here at SSU we have a whole day of service dedicated to him. Not to mention we have a whole room in our Campus Center named after him, of course. Even though he was instrumental in the progress of abolishing racial injustices, he was instrumental in volunteering in other causes, as well. The more you know about a great man, the more you appreciate him.


1. Education

King not only supported the civil rights for African Americans and other minorities, but he also wanted equal opportunity for education. He not only strove for equal opportunity in the streets, but also in the classroom. Someone can be as free as they want, but if they don’t have education, it’s not easy for them to move up in society. King is an important part of why everyone has access to this nowadays. If you would like to donate to education in King’s honor, you can donate to NAACP education here.

2. Economic Opportunity

Having rights and education comes with economic growth. Just like you can’t have rights without education, you can’t with education without a place to store, invest and spend your money. MLK fought for the equal economic rights as well. Seedco is a non-profit that provides economic support and opportunities for communities. Click here to support them in honor of MLK.

The MLK Day of service here is on Saturday from 9 AM – 3 PM in Vets Hall. It’s a day for,” students, staff, faculty, alumni and community members the opportunity to come together to assist nonprofit organizations in the area with critical projects.” To sign up to assist this event in honor of MLK, please fill out this form.