One WSU student set out to answer an age-old question: How does the opposite sex really think?
For the Cougs and Cupid Up All Night, Louis Grayson, an Up All Night committee member, had an original idea to answer that question: offer an advice booth.
At the booth, women can put questions in a box for men, or vice versa, and then members of SEB will answer them at the end of the night.
“It could be beneficial to guys like myself,” Grayson said.
The love-themed Up All Night, which will start at 9 p.m. in the CUB, caters to both couples and single students, Up All Night Programmer Joey Towslee said.
“Everything there can be done in a not-couple sense,” Towslee said.
This evening also stays true to the programmers’ goals, said Logan Webbenhurst, an Up All Night programmer.
“That’s always our goal, to get as many people as we can at an event,” he said. “Because a lot of people means a lot of people are having fun.”
The Up All Night will also feature speed dating, which was a hit at last year’s Up All Night, Towslee said.
“It gives people who may not be so outgoing an opportunity to get the chance to go meet new people,” he said.
Additional entertainment for the night includes Go-Go dancers, arts and crafts, music by DJ Felon, comedian Arvin Mitchell, and Spencer Graham - a participant in last fall’s acoustic Battle of the Bands.
Students can also participate in the rave dance party in the CUB Junior Ballroom.
Free pizza from Villa and a giveaway are a part of the evening, and every WSU student will be entered in a drawing for an iPad mini.
“When you see a lot of people there getting involved, having a blast, that’s always super fun,” Towslee said.