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2003 Senior Class Trip To Atlanta!

submitted by thedude on Monday, September 15 2003 at 12:09 AM

Hey Everyone-
I hope your semesters have gotten off to a great start. The annual Senior Class Trip is finalized and set for the weekend of October 3- October 5. We'll be heading down to Atlanta for the NCSU/Ga Tech game.

The final price for the weekend is $80 and includes: 2 nights stay at the Fairfield Inn & Suites - Atlanta Midtown, breakfasts Saturday & Sunday mornings, a ticket to the game, and a pre-game event with NCSU Alumni at Jocks & Jills.

Registration & Payment MUST BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, but please hurry because this trip is first come, first serve.

To register, simply fill out the form on the attached flyer or, go to:
to register/pay electronically.

-Anup Shah

posted by JAllen1127 on Tuesday, September 16 2003 at 9:41 PM

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9/17/2003 12:13:33 AM


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9/17/2003 8:17:42 AM

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I don't remember a class trip for the '02 seniors

9/17/2003 8:41:48 AM

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I think last year's trip was to the Maryland game

9/17/2003 9:24:15 AM

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y0, it's Gill!

9/17/2003 11:33:34 PM

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hey Gil, i wish you were still my RA at UT

9/17/2003 11:34:06 PM

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Welcome to Atlanta where the players play
And we ride on dem thangs like every day
Big beats, hit streets, see gangsters roamin
And parties dont stop 'til eight in the mo'nin

9/18/2003 4:26:15 PM

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