In chapel on Wednesday, Oct. 21, Taylor Interim President Paige Comstock Cunningham played a video announcing the date for Silent Night.
The annual Taylor tradition will take place Nov. 20. After speaking in chapel, Cunningham said she “had a surprise” for students, which was the video mentioned above.
An email was sent out to the Taylor community following the chapel, clarifying a few of the details left unanswered by the initial announcement. Tickets will be available today, Oct. 26, starting at 5 p.m.
According to the email, 1,000 tickets will be available for TU undergraduate students. MAHE and non-traditional students will not be included in the 1,000. The email layed out the plans for “Family Groups,” which are most likely to be floors and wings of dorms. As a part of the ticketing process, each student who desires a ticket to the event will have to state which group they will be a part of.
To claim a ticket, students will need to go to “www.taylortrojans.com/slientnighttickets.” From there, students will need to fill out the “Have a passcode” field with the last eight digits of their student I.D. to receive a ticket.
Tickets will be scanned at the event for entry. The QR code from the ticket will need to either be printed or visible on a device.
More information and reaction will be available in next Monday’s edition. Until then, head to taylortrojans.com or theechonews.com for more updates.