A special Phoenix Friday! Krash the Kress and big sale

Every Friday is Phoenix Friday, but this Friday (Feb. 16) is Krash the Kress. Need some gear for the big game? The Phoenix Bookstore will be selling merchandise at the game, as well as offering 25% off store-wide all day (excluding textbooks). Chartwells is getting on board this semester with 15% off total purchases at both The Garden Cafe and Rosewood Cafe locations if you show your Phoenix Pride by wearing your Phoenix apparel on Fridays. Feeling spontaneous? Saturday night at 5:30 p.m., catch a ride on the Mystery Bus to take you to destinations unknown. Or if Valentine’s Day has gotten you down, come to RHAA’s Lonely Hearts Bingo on Saturday night at 7 p.m. in Phoenix Room B of the University Union. Cheapseats is featuring The Florida Project Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights with show times at 6:30 p.m. and 9:05 p.m. Tickets are only $2! Go Phoenix!

SGA and RHAA election results

The Student Government Association (SGA) and Residence Hall and Apartment Association (RHAA) have elected several new positions for next year. Election results:
SGA President: Eduardo Navarro
SGA Vice President: Sam Engel
RHAA President: Nate Nichols
RHAA President: Sam Soda
Elected Senators: Samantha Dannhauser, Shane Kanneberg, Justis Tenpenny, Elijah Mada, Courtney Zambon, Linnea Zintman, Abbie Wagaman and Ethan Najacht.

SGA and RHAA: Election results are in

Congratulations to the newly elected presidents and vice presidents of Student Government Association (SGA) and Residential Hall and Apartment Association (RHAA). Nikolas Austin and Dylan Tritt will be the president and vice president of SGA, and Ashley Keenan and Samuel Soda will continue on in their reoccurring positions as president and vice president of RHAA. Eric Fischer was voted as student senator. See full detailed results (pdf).

Hot Chelle Rae warms a cool night at UW-Green Bay

The red-hot band Hot Chelle Rae (No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 100 with “Tonight, Tonight”) heated-up a cool concert venue outside of the University Union and Mary Ann Cofrin Hall Monday evening, September 5. An audience of about 1,200 — mostly UW-Green Bay students — attended the free concert sponsored by the Office of Student Life, RHAA and Good Times Programming as part of “Great Beginnings” week. The evening highlight was an invitation to members of the audience to join the band on stage for the title track of their first album “Lovesick Electric.” The Fourth Estate captured the spirit of the evening with a short video posted on Facebook. The Nashville-based group, formed in 2005, balances the polished sounds of mainstream pop with energized, guitar-heavy dance-rock. Guitarist Nash Overstreet is brother of Glee-famed Chord Overstreet.

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Photos by Kelly Kramp, University Union, and Sue Bodilly, Marketing and University Communication

‘Hot’ pop band booked for Labor Day concert

The Nashville-based pop/rock band Hot Chelle Rae — getting major national play with its catchy single “Tonight Tonight” — will be the featured attraction at a free, back-to-school-week outdoors concert at UW-Green Bay. The show is set for 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 5 (Labor Day evening) in the area between the Union and Mary Ann Cofrin Hall. It’s an unticketed event, open to all, weather permitting, co-sponsored by Student Life, the student RHAA and Good Times Programming, among others. Don’t know the four-man group Hot Chelle Rae? www.hotchellerae.com/