Spring to these spring events


Emily Dvareckas/The Hawks' Herald

CEN’s Spring Concert will feature Bryce Vine with openers Social House and Olivia Knox.

Spring is finally here at Roger Williams University. After months of being trapped indoors by the freezing temperatures of winter, clubs and organizations on campus are throwing a number of events outside throughout the month of April for students to attend.


Stay Woke Week: Field Day
When: April 1 from 3 to 5 p.m.
For the final day of Stay Woke Week, the Multicultural Student Union is hosting a fun field day on the Global Heritage Hall (GHH) Lawn. Join the organization for games, activities and food that will help students reconnect with their inner child.


Pride Week
When: April 4 to April 8
Join RWU’s Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA) to celebrate Pride Week. On Monday, April 4, Queerfest will take place in D’Angelo Commons, offering games, music and more. On Wednesday, April 6, SAGA is hosting a night-time Drag Brunch in the GHH Atrium from 8 to 10 p.m. Finally, on Friday, April 8, SAGA is encouraging students to participate in the Day of Silence, where they will then break their silence on the GHH patio at 5 p.m. to yell into Mount Hope Bay.


When: April 22 from 7 to 10 p.m.
It is time for the annual Cake-Off to take place on campus. Compete in this year’s cake decorating competition and see if you have what it takes to win.


Spring Week
When: April 25 to April 30
The Campus Entertainment Network (CEN) invites students to celebrate the end of the academic year with its annual events, including Quad Fest, the Spring Concert and the Block Party.

For more information on upcoming events, check out Hawk Link.