Want to be in the know with CAB? Campus Activities Board (CAB) is hosting eight events this month that you will not want to miss, including movies, concerts, magic shows, tailgating and block parties. Events are open to all students.
One of the biggest things CAB is offering this year is CAB Pass Partners, available for students who purchased a 2016-2017 CAB Pass. Students will receive discounts at local restaurants such as Kibo Midnight Oil, Burrito Day, Sno Island and Mr. Postman Expresso. Due to CAB’s new partnerships, the sales of this year’s CAB Pass has increased.
“I wanted to increase the value of the pass so that the upperclassmen would feel like it’s worth their time,” Director of Campus Life Logan Light said.
Not only for food, the CAB Pass applies to events on campus, giving passholders discounted or free entrance. This includes concerts, movies, Spring Sing and the Homecoming musical.
This month, CAB is kicking off the year with: movie nights on Sept. 2, 10 and 24; open mic nights on Sept. 6 and 20; Midnight Madness — which is designed to get students amped about Bisons basketball — on Sept. 29 in the Rhodes Field House at 11 p.m. Hypnotist Dale K will perform on Sept. 30 in the Benson auditorium at 8 p.m. during family weekend, and Kevin K. O. Olusola from Pentatonix will perform in the Administration Auditorium on Oct. 4 at 9 p.m.
CAB will alternate tailgates with the Student Association on the GAC lawn for every home game.
The new CAB directors, Presley Nixon and Kelsee Dunavin, are excited and looking forward to the opportunities CAB is offering the students this year. Nixon and Dunavin, both juniors and experienced workers at CAB, have a love for what the program does.
“I want to see the students engaging outside of clubs and coming together as a student body,” Dunavin said.