CAEB plans for Oct. 22 Club Day


Clubs and Events Board President Justin Nicholson, left, recognizes Director of Communication Bruce Rand for an anthropology club update while Vice President Mary Stedman listens during CAEB’s meeting Tuesday.

Jordan Schauberger

During its meeting Tuesday, the Associated Student Body Clubs and Events Board (CAEB) discussed the upcoming October Club Day.

Club Day, scheduled for Oct. 22, will have a “haunted harvest” theme.

The board unanimously approved an allocation of up to $300 to fund Club Day. The money will go towards decorations, prizes, supplies for activities and the club contest.

CAEB President Justin Nicholson took a moment, before the meeting, to reassure the board that everything was going to be alright following the recent resignation of Senate President Garrett Kegel and Vice President Sam Kinsey.

“It’s been a crazy week, a really crazy week,” said Nicholson. “We’re finally together now and moving forward with caution.”

Adviser Juan Miguel Blanco took the time to update the board on several events upcoming at ARC, including Latino Heritage Day on Thursday.

The events will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will celebrate Latino Heritage Month.

At the Center for Leadership and Development (CL&D), there will be an altar set up for people to honor their lost loved ones and a group of Folklorico dancers will be performing.

The library will have Latino authors on display.

On Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. there will be another brave space in the Hub to continue the dialogue about violence on campus.

Also on Wednesday if students text “START” to 89800 they will receive questions to ask their friends about mental health.

“This is a very important thing because it will create a conversation about mental health, something that’s not being talked about,” said Blanco.

The Legal Assisting Club will be hosting a representative for the Lincoln Law School on Oct. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in Davies Hall room 105 to talk about getting into law school without a bachelor’s degree.

The Accounting Society is having a meeting in Library room 1 Thursday at 3:30 p.m. to talk specifically about networking.

The Sociology Club has submitted a request for $150 to attend a local conference, but it was tabled until a proper bill can be submitted.

“I wasn’t aware that a bill needed to be submitted,” said club representative Laurie Jones.

The club meets every Thursday from 2 to 3 p.m.