Sunset Revival raised money for charity 2009: Colin Fulgenzi

Sunset Revival raised money for charity

Colin Fulgenzi, sophomore in mechanical engineering, talks with his girlfriend Rachel Padmanabhan, sophomore in biological science, while his dog Roush watches the performances at

Sunset Revival Saturday afternoon. The annual Sunset Revival Concert presented by Sigma Nu and Sigma Phi Epilson fraternities offered good music for a good cause Saturday. Kyle O'Grady, sophomore in pre-optometry and Sigma Nu member, said the concert has been around since the late 1990s, and all of the event's proceeds go to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Paralysis Foundation. "It definitely met my expectations," said Daniel Stewart, junior in public relations and Sigma Nu member. "It was the best way you could give back to charity. Sunset Revival is an event I want to be able to come back to 10 years down the road." T-shirts always have been sold in lieu of tickets for the event, and those who purchase the typically tie-dyed shirts wear them to gain entry to the concert. This year's shirt featured a rainbow tie-died design for $20.

"This shirt is so great," said Melissa Taylor, junior in poltical science and mass communications. "I love the Sigma Nus."

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