March 24, 2014

Slope Day Changes to Focus on Safety

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Changes to this year’s Slope Day — which include changing the timing of performances and the manner in which students enter the concert area — were announced by the Slope Day Planning Board Thursday in an effort to increase the safety of the event.

According to Lee Singer ’14, executive chair of the SDPB, the schedule for the day will begin an hour earlier from that of previous years, with students allowed onto the slope at 11 a.m. The first performer will take the stage at noon, with each performance beginning approximately an hour after the last, Singer said.

Changes to this year’s Slope Day will aim to curb the amount of student drinking before the event, organizers say. (Ryan Landvater / Sun Senior Photographer)