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PRSSA & LaVie Present “Electric State”: Senior Thank You

House music has been contagious on the Penn State campus this year. After Avicii, State of Emergency, and with DayGlow around the corner, The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) has teamed up with LaVie to give Penn Staters what they want.

The PRSAA and LaVie are back with round two of “Electric State” battle of the D.J.s, but this time as a tribute to Penn State’s seniors.

On Wednesday, March 14 at 9 pm, Penn State’s best D.J.s will spin off to crown one as the most notorious DJ on campus. The D.J. with the ability to win over the crowd with his or her best set will be named the winner!

The D.J.s will be opening for Go Go Gadget, and with limited Wednesdays at Indigo left this year, this is a night to celebrate four amazing years at Penn State University and a night for all seniors to remember—hopefully!

So bring yourself, your best friends, cash for cover and your best party attitude and get ready for a great night! This event will be limited to people 21 years and older.

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