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Letter from SUAB

The large spring performance has become somewhat of a staple for SUAB. It takes months of searching, planning and negotiating to plan a large performance. Often times, performers that we hope to book are unavailable due to a number of reasons. Last year, SUAB conducted an extensive survey to find out the preferred genre on campus. Hip-hop won by a landslide, followed by comedy. Unfortunately, there was no one in our price range that was available and popular enough to appeal to the campus within that genre. Thus, we brought in three well-known comedians from MTV’s Girl and Guy Code. Despite our efforts, it was not our best turnout. This year, we were fortunate that Wale is available and excited to come to Framingham State!

We are so unbelievably thrilled at the campus’ reaction to our spring concert featuring Wale! We are ecstatic to host the first-ever large-scale hip-hop concert that FSU has seen. Thank you to all those who bought tickets. We are proud and excited to announce that for the first time in five years, we have sold out!

Ultimately, we hope that you understand that SUAB serves to program for the benefit of all FSU students. We welcome your feedback and would love to hear your ideas! Please feel free to email us at, stop by our office in McCarthy 406, follow us on social media @FSUSUAB or join us at our weekly meetings in the McCarthy Alumni Room at 7:15 PM every Monday. We hope to see you at our upcoming events!

Thank you on behalf of SUAB,

Allie Carroll



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