Union Underground opens house

Washburn Review Staff

The Union Underground hosts an open house August 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The Student Media office, the Student Activities and Greek Life (SAGL) office and the Student Government office are all in the lower level of the Union and will be serving free pizza.

Students will get a chance to familiarize themselves with the student organizations and the space they occupy. Students are encouraged to enjoy free food and connect with their fellow students.

“We want to remind students that the Union Underground is a place where they can eat, study, and hang out,” said Jessica Neumann Barraclough, director of SAGL.

The aim of the open house is to gather foot traffic to the Union Underground. At the same time, students can explore the space and the organizations that are present.

The Underground is located directly under the Corner Store. It can be accessed directly from the northern or eastern sides of the Union. The Underground features several comfortable couches, individual booths, a television and a small stage.

During the school year, the Union Underground will host several other events, including music and other opportunities for free food.