The Society of Professional Journalist Spooktacular Halloween Party

Calling all goblins, ghosts, & freaks of the night…are you ready to enjoy a bewitching evening with SPJ?

We’re dying for you to join us…

The Society of Professional Journalist Spooktacular Halloween Party will be a night to remember — the perfect way to end another challenging week of J-school.

Tickets are $5 pre-sale and $10 at the door!

*MUST BE 21+ TO ATTEND* (please don’t forget your I.D.)

Feel free to bring significant others/friends, but you must purchase a ticket for them as well!

Tickets to the event can be purchased below:




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Lucille’s Ball 2015 (SALE OVER!)

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Guess what J-school… It’s time for LUCILLE’S BALL!!

Get excited Columbia J-school because you are in for an amazing evening you won’t forget!

The Ball will be held at Toshi’s Penthouse, which is part of the Flatiron Hotel. Lucille’s Ball will run from 7pm-1am on December 12th, and you MUST be in the venue BY 9PM.
Dress code: Black Tie recommended

Tickets will be available from Monday onwards, until Friday the day before the Ball. There will be NO DOOR SALES, so get your tickets early.
Tickets are $30, and they include 1x free drink, delicious appetizers, and an awesome DJ.

This event is for Columbia Journalism School students, however if you would like to bring your ‘significant other’, or you just have a question then message Jess Cartwright or email jac2387@columbia.edu.

See you all there!!

Click the button below to purchase your tickets via PayPal or any major credit or debit card! (For your convenience, you may choose to buy a Columbia Journalism School sweatshirt AND tickets to the Ball at the same time!)

UPDATE: SALE IS OVER! SEE YOU TONIGHT AT TOSHI’S LIVING ROOM!

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Halloween Party 2015

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Dear Jschool community!

Welcome to our first SPJ-party! There are many more to come.

Many of you have asked why we ask you to pay for the tickets. Firstly, SPJ booked the place beforehand so that we would have our own space to party in. Secondly, SPJ works from a very limited budget and much of what you pay now will be invested into more cool stuff coming along the way this fall, such as trips, screenings, parties, Jschool merch and… Lucille’s Ball!

Stay tuned!

 

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