by BRANDON UTLEY
Are you sick of spending your boring Friday nights in your bed? Are you constantly wishing there was more fun things to do on the weekend? Well, don’t fret: The brothers of Theta Eta Omicron have you covered! On Friday, March 24, the Omicrons will host a charity concert to support Hope for the Day.
While discussing Hope for the Day, Omicron brother Michael Saliba said, “This is an organization that focuses on suicide prevention and mental health education through self-expression platforms to achieve outreach, education, and prevention.”
The Omicrons are a service-based organization focused on building a stronger community. They are prominent on campus and have been involved in many service activities in recent years, but this one holds a special place in their hearts.
“We want this event to make an impact, and we are hoping that we can give people hope to keep looking up and know things are going to get better,” Saliba said.
The event is a pop punk-style concert to raise awareness and money for suicide prevention and mental health, which is always a prominent concern on college campuses.
“We wanted to do a concert because music tends to be a lot of people’s escape and it is something people can relate to,” Saliba said.
So Tiffin University community, if you are free Friday night, please stop by the Marion Center at 9 p.m. to enjoy some music and support a great cause.
Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for students. All proceeds go to Hope for the Day suicide prevention.