Sneak Peek Into S.E.T.

At Sacred Heart University, the Student Events Team (S.E.T.) is responsible for many of the engaging and interactive events on campus all year long. Their hope is to bring students together and find ways to enhance their college experience here at SHU.

Junior Christina Braga, has consistently gone to one of the most popular events that S.E.T. puts together, bingo.

“I have gone to bingo the last two years here as a student and it’s a great way to meet new people and also maybe even get some great prizes. S.E.T. does a great job of organizing a really fun event,” said Braga.

The bingo events which happen every year are largely known throughout the SHU community and take place in the Edgerton Theatre on campus.

Senior Molly Teeter, president of S.E.T., joined her freshman year and has loved being a part of the team. She looks forward to thinking creatively to make a lasting impact on the SHU community with the events she puts together.

“I have met so many students through this program and students keep coming back to our events. Seeing a smile on the students’ faces at an event makes me so happy and is the whole reason I joined the executive board,” Teeter said.

S.E.T. has a lot of big plans for the SHU community this year and they are always looking for new ways to improve from the year prior. They love hearing from SHU students to get some new ideas of what events students would like to see on campus.

For students who are looking to get involved with S.E.T., they can attend the general member meetings. The meeting information can be seen posted on the S.E.T. Instagram account; typically they host meetings on Monday at 10:10 p.m., biweekly.

Junior Tori Miller, Communications Chair of S.E.T., said, “S.E.T. has a lot of big plans this year. We have our Fall Fest coming back this year mid-October. We are also keeping the favorites like Stuff-a-Bear and bingo. But keep an eye out for some new and improved events.”

S.E.T. is keeping a tight lid on the bingo prizes and other events for the school year. The anticipation of this has SHU students curious to know what’s in store for this year.

Senior Kayla Pereira, S.E.T. member, is keeping the logistics of these events classified to keep the students excited about what’s to come.

“We are currently working out the logistics of Fall Fest and I can’t give any information yet. The only thing I can say is that it will be Oct. 14 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.,” Pereira said.

Keep an eye out around campus to see what fun upcoming events S.E.T. is putting together.

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