CAB reinstates Native American club
Native American club is now up and running.
“They put in an appeal for their inactive club status, and so they have been officially been put back on the roster,” CAB Chair Trista Schell said, “They are now recognized as a club, which is great.”
The Spring Daze Committee is looking for T-shirt designs. The theme of Spring Daze is Nostalgic 90s.
“They are opening it up to the community, and students,” Schell said. “So, if you guys have a knack for design, and would like to draw, or have some ideas you can send them to the Spring Daze Committee.”
Schell reminded students of the polices for clubs who want to host a dance.
“There are just some basic things,” said Schell. “Your sponsor for your organization has to be present the entire time, and the organization is responsible for any damage, or theft that occurs at the event, whether is it done by a member of your club or not. Illegal drug use or the unauthorized use of alcohol is not permitted on campus. The dance supervisors have to (stand) at the doors, and check ID’s.”
The Free Movie Night on Sunday had a major turnout with 202 students attending. The next free movie night is Dec. 10. Students should continue to watch CAB’s Facebook, and twitter pages for the release of the movie titles.
“Make sure that you come,” said Kimberly Hernandez, Vice Chair of Programming, “and tell your friends to come too.”
In another matter, if clubs have any seniors who are graduating in December, CAB representatives should email Vice Chair of Records Kristina McGann as soon as possible, so CAB can begin to order graduation cords.
CAB also reminded students about Kevin Hines who spoke on Nov 14, at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall. Hines, a Golden Gate Bridge (jumper) Survivor told his story in hopes to promote suicide awareness, and intrigue others to “love the life we have been given.”
STOP KISS, a play free to students, opens today through Saturday.
The Native American Club is hosting a POW WOW in the Student Center from 12 to 6 p.m., on Saturday. .
There will also be no CAB meeting next week.