On Sept. 25, like, the 80s are back and more radical than ever! Dust off your hair crimper, throw on some leg warmers and an off-the-shoulder T-shirt, and head over to Douglass Dining Center for a totally awesome night.Flash back to the time when the Fresh Prince, DJ Jazzy Jeff and WHAM! topped the charts as Amethyst, New Jersey’s No. 1 80s cover band, rocks out the most popular 80s music. From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., boogie down to forgotten jams like “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” “Jesse’s Girl” and “Mr. Roboto.””We are hoping a lot of students will come and have a good time,” class council business manager and junior Sameer Godiwala said. The Class of 2006 is hosting this bash to provide a fun time for the whole UR community. The festivities are certain to be a gnarly time, for sure. For one night, you can admit to still loving Punky Brewster, Ms. Pacman and My Little Pony while showing your respect to the junior class. Pop your collar and toss on a vintage costume to complement the elaborate 80s dcor and get ready to look awesome showing off your running man skills!”We have never hosted a party like this before,” Godiwala said. “Everyone should come and have fun!”Paret can be reached at eparet@campustimes.org.

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