ISO to host Neon Party to bring students together

It is that time of the year again, the period when stress levels start soaring high due to the imminent end of the fall semester. The International Student Organization believes that they may have found a solution to all the stress with a way to relax those muscles and minds.

ISO president Kuvvat Jorayev said, “What better way to bring JSU students together and get rid of all the stress than host a party?”

Every year, ISO tries to find ways to give back to the student community at JSU.

They have held Halloween parties in previous years; however, decided to drop it this year and host a party in November, instead, just before studying rams into the fifth gear. Thursday, November 12, the ISO will be hosting a “Neon Party” at the International House basement.

Doors will be open at 7:00 p.m. and the party will go on until 11 p.m. Entrance is free and it is an all access party. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided at no additional cost to attendees.

With music from the U.S. and virtually all other parts of the world being played, the party promises to be a blast. The DJ of the night, Cameran “BPA” Powers assures that he will not be leaving the International House basement if people are not hyped and smiling.

He went on to say, “My advice to everyone is: get your dancing shoes on because there will be no low point as far as music and dance is concerned.”

With reference from past International Student Organization parties, it is not a true party if people don’t leave the house sore from all the dancing.

From classic and current hip-hop and R&B hits to Salsa to some African ‘get down’ and much more, it will be interesting to see how it plays out. ISO encourages all that have nothing to do on November 12 to visit.

Collins Maroa
Staff Reporter

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