Tired of finals season before it’s even started? Don’t you wish you could just take a break and get some encouragement from a fluffy pal? Well so do we!
Join CAS Student Council’s First-Year, Sophomore, and Junior class boards as they present De-Stress with CAS!
Take a break grab some food, hang with friends, and play with PUPPIES!
We can’t wait to see you there!
The CAS Senior Class Board is excited to present the 2018 Social Impact Showcase. Seniors in social entrepreneurship will be taking the stage to tell us about their start-ups, nonprofits, and other social ventures. Through interactive presentations and round-table discussions, here’s your chance to network, share ideas, and collaborate! Come support, and be inspired by, your fellow classmates and learn more ways to turn YOUR ideas for social impact into action! Food and refreshments will be provided.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/823753761169002/
RSVP here! https://orgsync.com/140402/forms/316012
Choosing your program of study is one of the most important parts of your CAS experience, but it's also one of the most challenging! With over 60 options for a major and over 40 for a minor, the possibilities can seem endless; there are so many different interesting subjects and potential combinations to choose from, each coming with its own set of opportunities and associated challenges. That's why CAS Student Council is proud to present the Majors & Minors Market, where you can talk to representatives from different CAS academic departments to help learn about the options available and get a better sense of what fits you and your interests.
Come and find the major or minor (or both) that's right for you!
Come join the CAS Sophomore Class Board for CASino Night! Play poker, roulette, and blackjack for the chance to WIN TWO 1-DAY GOV BALL TICKETS, A POLAROID CAMERA, OR AN AMAZON GIFT CARD!
*There will be free Pizza Mercato and Dumpling Kingdom*
Come out for food, fun and prizes!
#MeToo and Times Up have been gaining national traction over the past couple months. Gender-motivated violence takes a unique form on college campuses, yet students rarely find platforms to speak on these issues. In this semester’s Upstander Dialogue, we are excited to partner with Men Against Rape and Sexual Misconduct (MARS) to discuss gender-motivated violence through deepening our understanding of toxic masculinity.
Join us in Hemmerdinger Hall at 6:30 on April 4th for an interesting and compelling discussion.
The CAS Service Committee is hosting a Hot Chocolate Drive for the Trevor Project, a leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24. The Theme is Love is Love, so go buy your valentine’s a hot chocolate. Your valentine could be your significant other, a close friend, or even yourself! We’ll be accepting money through venmo (@CAS-StuCo) anytime from now and at the start of the event. One hot chocolate is $3, but you could donate more if you’d like. You can get hot chocolate on Wednesday, February 14th on the second floor of Silver from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm!
Come to the Heights Alumni Lounge of Silver on Friday 1:00 pm to celebrate national transfer student week and take a break from your midterms! There will be cupcakes, pasta, and dumplings!