Don’t have anything planned for this summer?
Looking for something meaningful to do while waiting for school to start?
Have the desire to forge lasting friendships and make good memories?
Well look no further, we have just the thing for you!
Introducing Arts Rag! For those who want something more than a fleeting experience at a camp, Rag (Receive and Give) is the longest freshmen orientation project in our repertoire, spanning two whole months of fun and excitement.
During the time leading to Rag Day, we will come together to build colourful and vibrant floats as well as practice beautifully choreographed dance items. Both of which will be shown to the public in appreciation for their kind donations during Flag Day.
Don’t worry if you have no experience in building or dance! All you require is dedication, perseverance, and willingness to put in hard work.
In the long hours spent sweating it out together, you will discover a side of each other that most won’t normally see. Through this event you will be able to find kindred spirits and forge bonds that will last a lifetime. The people you meet through Rag won’t be just friends, they’ll become family. This experience will be something that lives on in you as one of the best moments in your life.
Alternatively, if you need an overview of the various other orientation programmes FASS has in store for you, do drop by our FASS Freshmen Orientation Projects page 🙂
Arts RAG Camp: 6-8 June 2019
RAG day: 10 August 2019