Free food and upcoming Club Day discussed at CAEB meeting

An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that Fierce is hosting a screening of the film “Dear White People” followed by a discussion. In fact, the screening and discussion is being hosted by the ARC Community and Diversity Center. 

Upcoming Club Day, a screening of “Dear White People” and free food was discussed at the recent Clubs and Event Board meeting.

“Epic Love” Club day will be held Thursday Feb. 12th in the quad outside of the cafeteria from 10:30am to 12:30pm.

Every registered member of a club will receive incentive points for going to club day events.

For any club members who attend lead up events to club day will also receive incentive points.

The Incentive points is to help fund clubs for events such as Club Day.

Lead up events will be Feb. 11th in the quad from 11 to 1p.m. which will highlight what the Associated Student Body Government will be doing for the March in March.

They will be handing out free hamburgers to attendees.

In light of Valentines day engineering club will be selling “cute heart necklaces,” said Konstantin Ruroni member of the engineering club and aerospace engineering major.

Improv club has a special Valentines event Feb.11th from 10 to 12 p.m. in the improv room located in the fashion building.

The ARC Community and Diversity Center announced that they will be doing a showing of “Dear White People” with a discussion group afterwards.

The showing will be Feb 27th at 1 p.m. inside the Hub which is located directly behind the main food court in the cafeteria.

Fierce club will also be selling wrist bands at club day that have “degenerate hate” engraved on them, they will be sold for three dollars.

There will be a competition amongst club members dressing up in their best toga wear and the winner will receive an award.

The club who has the most members in togas at their table from 12 to 12:10 p.m. will receive prizes.

Stage games, in the style of mock Olympic games, will be offered to ARC students with prizes for the winners.

“All students are welcome,” said Nancy Lopez, stand in representative for Phi Theta Kappa and studio arts major.

The next CAEB meeting has been changed to Feb. 19 from 10:30 to 11:10 a.m. in the same location.

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Cheyenne Drury
Cheyenne Drury is a third-semester student on the American River Current, where she serves as the Editor-in-chief. She previously served as arts and culture editor and news editor. She is double majoring in journalism and photojournalism. She has competed in softball, cross country and track all at the college level. She was published in the American River Review, the award winning college literary magazine.

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