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Event Review from DJ and Producer #WolvOfficial | #UNLV | #PinkPartyCity #Vspink #UNLVPINKPARTY | Pink Party Breast Cancer

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There’s been a lot of hype about this contest Victoria’s Secret put on for it’s national community. I think it’s great that they are doing something for the people with cancer. It’s nice to know that people care is all that i’m saying. Personally, I think that there should be more events like this in the future. I remember a few weeks before UNLV won the contest, I was sitting in Starbucks doing some homework, or producing music, maybe both, and heard that there was a contest; and UNLV is in 2nd place. This struck my curiousity and so I wanted to win, just like many other students at UNLV. I mean, we were so close. In my book, 2nd place is close!
About three weeks later, I got a text message from Victoria’s Secret telling me that UNLV had won the contest and that I was to get ready for the event because they were coming to UNLV.  I thought this was pretty neat. Most of my peers heard about the contest and asked me if I was going to the event. I didn’t really know what to say because I had classes in between the event that were a bigger priority. I’m not too sure about the others.
Around five o’ clock p.m., I headed over to the event. When I had arrived, I could not believe how many people were standing in line. It was ridiculous! The interesting thing about the line, that I had noticed, was that the only people in the line were Current UNLV students. I don’t think any of us were use to that kind of bond. Either way, the line was long as ever. It took me about an hour to get in because the line was so long.
When I finally got into the event, I took a look around, and noticed that there was couches, hammicks, a bounce house, charging stations for your phone, and a few other tents set up for miscellaneous goodies. This was pretty cool. People seemed to be in a fantastic mood, which was also really cool! I never like it when people are in a bad mood at an event such as this. Again, the weirdest mood was in the air. Most students at the event were there for 30 minutes, and than they had to go off to class.
I for one had to leave because I needed to study for an exam. I managed to take some pictures of the event and throw them up on my blog so that you can kinda see what the setup looks like there. I think the setup was good. It served its purpose. I don’t think #pinkparty was looking to spend a considerable amount of money on the event.
Who knows what other contests #unlv will win in the future. This was definitely cool! I mean, it was all anybody was talking about in class. More importantly, it was something to do on a Wednesday night. Wednesday’s are also known as #humpday. I would definitely like to thank all of the staff and contributors alike for putting on this event. I know UNLV surely appreciates your generosity. Ultimately, I hope it served its purpose in fighting cancer.
#7 Event Review from DJ and Producer #WolvOfficial | #UNLV | #PinkPartyCity #Vspink #UNLVPINKPARTY | Pink Party Breast Cancer
October 29, 2014
There’s been a lot of hype about this contest Victoria’s Secret put on for it’s national community. I think it’s great that they are doing something for the people with cancer. It’s nice to know that people care is all that i’m saying. Personally, I think that there should be more events like this in the future. I remember a few weeks before UNLV won the contest, I was sitting in Starbucks doing some homework, or producing music, maybe both, and heard that there was a contest; and UNLV is in 2nd place. This struck my curiousity and so I wanted to win, just like many other students at UNLV. I mean, we were so close. In my book, 2nd place is close!
About three weeks later, I got a text message from Victoria’s Secret telling me that UNLV had won the contest and that I was to get ready for the event because they were coming to UNLV.  I thought this was pretty neat. Most of my peers heard about the contest and asked me if I was going to the event. I didn’t really know what to say because I had classes in between the event that were a bigger priority. I’m not too sure about the others.
Around five o’ clock p.m., I headed over to the event. When I had arrived, I could not believe how many people were standing in line. It was ridiculous! The interesting thing about the line, that I had noticed, was that the only people in the line were Current UNLV students. I don’t think any of us were use to that kind of bond. Either way, the line was long as ever. It took me about an hour to get in because the line was so long.
When I finally got into the event, I took a look around, and noticed that there was couches, hammicks, a bounce house, charging stations for your phone, and a few other tents set up for miscellaneous goodies. This was pretty cool. People seemed to be in a fantastic mood, which was also really cool! I never like it when people are in a bad mood at an event such as this. Again, the weirdest mood was in the air. Most students at the event were there for 30 minutes, and than they had to go off to class.
I for one had to leave because I needed to study for an exam. I managed to take some pictures of the event and throw them up on my blog so that you can kinda see what the setup looks like there. I think the setup was good. It served its purpose. I don’t think #pinkparty was looking to spend a considerable amount of money on the event.
Who knows what other contests #unlv will win in the future. This was definitely cool! I mean, it was all anybody was talking about in class. More importantly, it was something to do on a Wednesday night. Wednesday’s are also known as #humpday. I would definitely like to thank all of the staff and contributors alike for putting on this event. I know UNLV surely appreciates your generosity. Ultimately, I hope it served its purpose in fighting cancer.
Respectfully,
Carl Wolfgang Schultz

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