The Campus Activities Board allocated money for free movie and bowling nights, and nominated candidates for its executive board positions Tuesday.
Samantha Evans, treasurer, said the CAB account contains $4,098. Clubs’ budget appeals are today.
CAB allocated $3,300 for free bowling night and free movie night. Of that money, $1,500 will pay for free bowling, which is April 14, and $1,800 will pay for the free movie event, which is April 15.
CAB members nominated candidates for the executive positions for the 2012-13 year. Last week, members of CAB approved changes to their constitution, which included reducing the number of executive positions to four.
However, Luke Wright, president, said CAB and Senate decided to postpone the changes till the next school year, so the nominations were for the original seven executive board positions.
Wright said nominees for president and vice president have to apply as a team for the positions. Additionally, they have to have been on CAB for one year. Any other nominees have to have been on CAB for one semester.
Hannah Clark and Brendan Mead were nominated for president and vice president, respectively. Lane Swedberg and Dani Buckley were also nominated for president and vice president, respectively. Kellie Aye was nominated for treasurer.
Heather Wing, Karly Watson, and Sara Labor were nominated for secretary.
Cecilia Sheridan was nominated for publicity coordinator. Erica Misner and Sergio Reyes were nominated for special/cultural and events coordinator. Darren Burrows was nominated for students’ events coordinator.
Any other CAB members who are interested in these positions should submit a letter of intent, listing their qualifications, to Laure Sinn’s office by 5 p.m., April 17. The above nominees also have to submit letters of intent. Nominations will be open for the next two weeks.