With clubs having spent approximately $22,000, CAB currently has $10,643.58 in non-promised funds left in its account for the year. With the remaining budget, the treasurer’s report addressed future spending for clubs.
“This is for bare-bones spending. The Big event just got twice as much as we expected their spending to be, so people are going to want more money in the future” Vice Chair of Finance Isaac Langan, senior of McCook, said.
Only six CAB representatives and students attended the leadership training hosted by Senate on Saturday. Though another training session was held for Student Senate members, members of the CAB board addressed the importance of attending available trainings and passing the information off to other members in their clubs.
“Part of your commitment to CAB includes relaying the information we give you,” CAB Chair Kimberly Hernandez, senior of Scottsbluff, said.
Applications to apply for graduation are due Nov. 15. Graduating students can find the form on their myCSC page and fill out the form from the site. The application fee is $20.
Applications for the student trustee position in Senate are due Nov. 26. Current Student Trustee Dawson Brunswick, senior of McCook, encouraged non-graduating students to consider the position as an opportunity to represent and serve students at CSC.
“You are the representative for all of the students at Chadron, it is an awesome job and a great responsibility. You get to travel to all of the board meetings and meet lots of new people,” Brunswick said.
The Pit is hosting a doubles pool tournament from 9 p.m. – midnight on Thursday.
CAB is hosting free bowling night from 6-9 p.m. on Sunday with free pizza at Hilltop Lanes.
RLA will host the movie “Suicide: The Ripple Effect” from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Monday in The Hub.
RLA is hosting Thanksgiving Turkeys 11 – 1 p.m., Monday – Thursday at the Student Center.