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TMT’s production of ‘Carrie’ funded for $25,710

By Jonathan Edmondson
Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Student Finance Board meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 29, had big proposals from multiple organizations.

First up was the College Union Board and Student Government proposing for their annual event, “TCNJ Holiday.” This year’s theme is planned to be “Wrapped in Winter,” which would include activities and crafts as a way to celebrate various winter holidays. After a discussion, the event was tabled.

Barkada next proposed Barkada Barangay, an event to showcase Filipino culture on campus. The event would feature Filipino cuisine and traditional dances.

The event was allocated funds of $1,476 and is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Nov. 22, in the Brower Student Center Lion’s Den.

TCNJ Musical Theater proposed next for its spring production, “Carrie: The Musical.” The show is one of two mainstage productions the organization puts on each year and features an outside director and music director. The musical is based off Stephen King’s horror novel and follow-up cult movie.

The event, which is scheduled to take place from Wednesday, March 4, through Saturday, March 7, on the Kendall Main Stage, was allocated funds of $25,710.

The Leadership Development Program returned to SFB this week to repropose its Leadership Lock-Up event. The purpose of the event is to help students strengthen their leadership skills through a variety of activities.

The event, which was previously tabled, was allocated funds of $5,460.14 and is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Jan. 24, in the Brower Student Center.

Also returning to the SFB was Chabad, which presented for its annual Chanukah Festival. The purpose of the event is to bring the campus together to celebrate this traditional Jewish holiday.

This time, the event was partially funded and is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Dec. 2, in Brower Student Center room 202 East.

Finally, The Circle of Compassion proposed for an event called “Let Your Yoga Dance,” which would bring a Yoga instructor to campus to lead a workshop on the exercise. The event was zero funded.

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