N4CSGA Spring Conference Lipsync Battle Guidelines
- The Lipsync Battle will be held Friday, March 29th at 7:00 PM.
- Participating institutions must be ready at the contest location by 6:50 PM to ensure a smooth flow of the program.
- The costume contest will be judged by chosen advisors of non-participating institutions to ensure unbiased criteria for judging.
- Costumes may not include sharp objects or weapons of any form.
- Costumes may not include any offensive images, text, or be offensive in context.
- Music must not include explicit or offensive lyrics.
- Failure to adhere to rules will result in disqualification under the discretion of the judges.
- Each team/individual will have a maximum time of three (3) minutes to perform.
- Music used in a team’s presentation must be submitted to Savinna Mangalindan at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 25th.
- There will be two categories:
**A delegate may choose to participate individually while the rest of his/her team participates in the group category; however, a delegate may NOT compete in both individual and group categories.
- The criteria for judging will be as follows:
- Crowd Appeal ——– 20
- Lip Sync Accuracy — 40
- Costume/Props —— 40
TOTAL POINTS —– 100
- During the competition, the group teams will present first, followed by individual competitors. Teams will be called in alphabetical order.
- Spirit points will be awarded as follows:
- First Place ————- 100 points
- Second Place ——— 75 points
- Third Place ———— 50 points
- Participation ———– 25 points
- The Registration form is linked here. Institutions who wish to participate must submit the form by Monday, March 25th. Last minute registrations will not be considered.
- Any questions or concerns may be directed to campus activities chair, Savinna Mangalindan, at email@example.com
N4CSGA Spring Conference Networking Bingo
- The Networking Bingo will be an ongoing activity throughout the three-day conference
- This activity requires no prior registration
- Networking Bingo cards will be available on all three days of the conference at the campus activities table
- Each numbered box corresponds to a riddle referring to specific individuals; participants must solve the riddle and have the specific individual sign their name on the participant’s cards.
- The riddles are listed at the back of the Networking Bingo card.
- For boxes looking for delegates, their identity and position will be verified from the complete list of conference attendees.
- Handwriting must be legible to ensure proper verification of identities and positions.
- Boxes must include the first and last name.
- Once the activity has been completed, it must be turned in to the campus activities chair to receive 25 spirit points for the participant’s institution.
- Institutions may have multiple students complete the Networking Bingo; However, they must complete this on their own and must not have identical delegate names for boxes 13-16.
- Boxes 1-15 are for very specific individuals so the names will be the same for every participant.
- This award is part of the casino night gala that will be held on Saturday, March 30th.
- The purpose of the award is to encourage nominees to network and build strong relationships with their fellow delegates.
- Delegates may be nominated by their advisor, fellow delegate, or themselves.
- Nominations must be submitted by Monday, March 25th.
- Nominations may be submitted through this form (link) or by sending an email to Savinna Mangalindan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Delegates may nominate multiple people but submit separate forms for each nominee.
- Voting begins on Saturday, March 30th at 7 PM and will end at 10 PM.
- There will be 2 winners: one male and one female. The winners will be announced at the casino night gala at 10:30 PM.