Creighton Dubstep Club demands more womp at Spring Fling
Skutt Student Center – Creighton Dubstep Club President Max Fitzsimmons has attended every CSU sponsored concert since he was a freshman. And after four years thinks it’s time for CSU to step into the modern age and incorporate more “womp” into Spring Fling and Fallapalooza.
“The consensus on campus has been that we need some sweet drops and epic sounds at this year’s Spring Fling” Fitzsimmons said while passing around a petition in front of the Skutt Fireplace. “We understand that some misguided students from Colorado thought that 3OH!3 would be an awesome Fallapalooza. However, the majority of us don’t live in 2009 and it’s time we brought university concerts into 2014.”
CSU Representative and Colorado native Dan Martin responded to the criticism by stating “we as a student elected and run body thought the choices for concerts in the past have accurately met our students needs for good music. This year we are in the process of narrowing it down from three exciting choices to one and we are confident the students will love the choice we make.”
It is being rumored that the three bands that Martin is referencing are The Ready Set, La Roux and Metro Station. Martin would neither confirm nor deny this rumor but didn’t hesitate to defend all three as possible choices.
“All three artists have had tremendous success with hits like “Love like Woe,” “BulletProof,” and “Shake It”. We would be excited to bring any of them in for Spring Fling 2014,” Martin said.
Fitzsimmons seemed less than enthused with the rumored choices.
“What’s the point of spending money on these concerts if the only ones who really want to see these artists perform are members of CSU. Why not let the students vote and have a say” Fitzsimmons said, “No one wants to see any of those artists. Would it be so terrible to get some sweet DJ’s in here? Two years ago CSU brought in White Panda and it was a universally liked choice.”