October 23, 2020

CUB L.A. Latenighter approved

SFBThe Student Finance Board (SFB) funded the College Union Board (CUB) $30,201.80 for its annual Latenighter in the Brower Student Center. This year’s theme is L.A. and will include entertainment and decorations dedicated to the city. The L.A. Latenighter will be at 8 p.m. on March 20.

Chabad, the College Jewish community, was funded $5,494 for its annual Purim Royal Feast.

The feast, meaning the “Feast of Lots” commemorates the rescue of the Jews from a plot of destruction in ancient Persia, according to hds.harvard.edu. The celebration will feature a live performance from the band Moishy Hecht. The feast will be held on Feb. 27 in the Rathskeller.

SFB approved the Inter Greek Council’s $5,000 request to bring speaker Mark Sterner to the College at its brief Feb. 9 meeting.

Sterner, a campus speaker on alcohol awareness, will discuss the dangers of alcohol abuse. According to his Web site, Sterner speaks from personal experience with a DUI that ended in tragedy during spring break of his senior year of college. The event will be held at 7 p.m. on Feb. 25 in Kendall Hall.

CUB’s request for $1,596 to cover ticket prices for its Snowball Weekend Bus trip to York, Pa. was denied by SFB.

The trip includes eight hours of snow tubing at the Heritage Hills Resort, a concert featuring Mark DeRose Band and Huck and a free buffet.

Due to the snowstorm the weekend of Feb. 5-6, the trip was rescheduled for Feb. 20-21. CUB representatives wanted to reduce the ticket price of $70 per person due to the cancellation and inability of many original participants to go on the new date. The ticket price remains the same and the bus departs at 8 a.m. on Feb. 20 and returns at 9 p.m. on Feb. 21.

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