The Associated Student Body Clubs and Events Board appointed three new board members and announced a shift in advisement for ASB during Tuesday’s meeting.
Present ASB adviser Juan Miguel Blanco announced that due to “reshuffling” in student services, he will only continue on as ASB adviser through the end of the academic year.
“My position will be transforming,” said Blanco. “My responsibilities are split between CAEB and Student Senate and working in the (Center for Leadership and Development) and with the sages. ASB will be moving to the associated vice president of student services when he or she is appointed.”
Student senators Laurie Jones and James Cortwight were appointed to the CAEB board as whip and commissioner of finance respectively.
Anthropology club representative Bruce Rand was appointed to commissioner of communications.
“What I’m trying to bring to the board is my natural leadership abilities,” said Rand. “I want to uphold the integrity of CAEB and help us present ourselves in a truthful way to the Associated Student Body.”
CAEB appointed a contest committee for the ‘build a game’ contest that clubs will be competing in during the upcoming club day.
The committee will consist of board members Jones and Cortwight as well as club representatives Braaten Jaimie and Justice Ebeling.
The Medieval Battle Club will be collecting cash and cans for the Sacramento Food Bank throughout the rest of September.
A notable absence from the CAEB meeting was Student Senate President Garrett Kegel, who is currently out for undisclosed medical reasons.
CAEB President Justin Nicholson was not worried and expressed optimism about his conditions.
“Things could have been a lot worse,” said Nicholson. “We expect him to be back soon.”