A&E Writer

ASPLU sponsored program, H.U.M.P., is turning “Hump Day” into fun day one weekly event at a time.

The title of the student-run club, H.U.M.P., is an acronym for “Highly Unstructured Mid-Week Procrastination”. The core of H.U.M.P.’s mission is to provide a space for students to relax and get away from the everyday stresses of college life.

“We think that, often, college students get too caught up in a busy schedule and forget the fun side of things,” H.U.M.P. Coordinator junior Domenic Desoto said.

From 9-10 p.m. Wednesday nights, H.U.M.P. hosts events that help students unwind and engage in fun, interactive activities. Popular events include Bingo and Mid-Semester Milk and Cookies.

In the future H.U.M.P. is hoping to build its reputation as the thing to do on Wednesday night. Possible events planned for April include fun gatherings such as Disney Movie Night.

“H.U.M.P. events are easy-going,” DeSoto said. “[H.U.M.P.] allows…for one to enjoy some free-time during the week and make friends.”

H.U.M.P. events are hosted 9 p.m. Wednesdays in the Cave.


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