The 33rd annual Lip Sync will take place March 11 in the University Center at 9 p.m. with the Goodwill Prom following in the Multi Purpose Room at 10:30 p.m.
“This year [Lip Sync] should feature anywhere from five to ten groups, each comprised of two to twenty people, but usually are eight to ten students,” said Activities and Cultural Events Board Chairman Joseph Plaugher.
The first, second and third place groups will win a cash prize and the judging is based on how well the group knows the song, how much effort was put into the act and crowd participation, said Director University of the Center and Student Activities Steve Klein.
“I believe that Lip Sync is one of our craziest traditions and since it happens around midterm time,” said Klein. “It is a good way for students to have fun and let off some steam.”
Sign-ups are located in the Pacific Information Center and the deadline is March 9.
There will be elections for Princes and Princesses during Lip Sync and then a King and King, Queen and Queen or King and Queen will be chosen during the Goodwill Prom.
The Goodwill Prom is put on by Students for Environmental Awareness. The dance is meant to encourage students to show personal creativity through making recycled fashion.
Alumni and DJ Alex McDonald will DJ the event. There will be also be free food and drinks for everyone.