CAB members discussed the time capsule and Galaxy Series events at the meeting, Tuesday.
Samantha Evans, treasurer, said the CAB account contains $10,170. Evans said that budget packets are due Thursday. Clubs need to include their constitutions with the packets.
Morgan Nelson, Senate president, said the time capsule committee, which is putting together a time capsule as part of CSC’s centennial celebration, wants clubs to submit items for the capsule. Clubs should turn in their items during their budget hearings. The committee would like submissions from all clubs.
Luke Wright, CAB president, asked if representatives would be interested in scheduling CAB meetings at 5 p.m., instead of 6 p.m., next semester because night classes begin at 6 p.m. The representatives who spoke up wanted to keep the meetings at 6.
Wright said 156 people attended the last free bowling event, while 42 attended the last free movie night event. The low movie attendance was because two of the theater’s screens are closed for renovations, Wright said.
Wright asked representatives if they would be interested in getting the Hunger Games movie at the theater early for a special show for free movie night. Representatives were interested, so Wright said he would look into it.
Sara Labor, student events coordinator, said there are wrestling, women’s basketball, and men’s basketball games on Saturday. There is a faculty recital 3-5 p.m., Sunday, in the atrium of the Sandoz Center.
Shellie Johns, adviser, asked for clubs’ suggestions of possible Galaxy Series events for the next school year. Johns, who is responsible for choosing the acts, said she needs the suggestions by the end of March. . Johns said that her budget does restrict which acts she can get.
Reba Jackson, Pit co-manager, said RLA and the Pit are hosting a Mardi gras celebration at 9 p.m., Saturday, in the ballroom.
The next CAB meeting is March 13.