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SOMA Meeting Tonight: Vote or Die

SOMA_Facebook_Profile_PictureSOMA (Students Organizing the Multiple Arts) will be holding one of its most important meetings of the year tonight.

They will be voting on which artist should headline the music festival they plan to host later in the year. We can’t list the choices here, but those interested in bringing good music to State College should definitely attend. According to SOMA’s President Danny Michelson, preferences between the two choices currently seem to be split in the club

They will also be electing an Arts Crawl Chair, holding a mix CD swap, and discussing a “MP3 experiment” they’ll be running in early October.

What: SOMA’s third meeting of the year.
When: 7:30 pm on Wednesday September 16
Where: Meet in the Thomas lobby

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