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Senior Week tickets now on sale, early bird options available

Tickets for Senior Week are now on sale. Early bird rates are available from April 15 until April 23 and after that, tickets can be purchased at full price up until the day before each event. The Senior Week Committee recommends that students buy tickets as quickly as possible, as events are already starting to sell out.

Senior week is open to students who graduated in December 2012 or will be graduating in May or August of 2013.

Unlike previous years, tickets will be available by event, allowing students to pick and choose what they want to attend, with the hope that this will make Senior Week much more affordable than it has been in the past.

This year, the number of events during senior week has doubled to 14.

“The committee has done a very good job of offering variety and offering events that complement each other on each of the days,” said Christian Wargo, senior class president and executive director of Class Officer Collective

Senior Week has been an extremely successful event in the past few years, and the trend appears to be holding true this year. The week unofficially kicks off with Senior Night at the Jolly Scholar on May 3. The actual student-run events officially start with a Kick-Off Barbeque in the Village Courtyard on May 8.

Other notable events include an Indians Game on May 9, a white water rafting trip at Ohiopyle State Park on May 11, a Cedar Point trip on May 14, and a Good Times III dinner cruise around Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River on May 15.

A full listing of events can be found on the event’s Facebook page. Tickets are available online.

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Julia Bianco, Director of Web and Multimedia
Julia Bianco is a senior cognitive science and political science student currently working as The Obsever’s Director of Web and Multimedia. She has been working at the paper since the spring of her freshman year, where she started as a reporter in the news section. She then spent a year as News Editor. Outside of The Observer, Julia is the president of the Case Footlighters and works as a contributor and a proofreader for the Athenian. She has had articles published in a number of other publications, including the Huffington Post and Buzzfeed and has spent summers interning at Comedy Central and MTV News. You can contact Julia at

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