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SFB funds Moonlight Cruise

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By Ian Krietzberg
Staff Writer

The Student Finance Board funded six organizations at its meeting on Oct. 16, totaling an expense of more than $20,000. 

The Junior Class Council requested $14,235 on behalf of the Class of 2021 for its Moonlight Cruise event, which is scheduled to take place on Nov. 9 at 10:15 a.m. 

There will be 200 available tickets for this cruise, and students will be bussed to and from Christopher Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia. SFB fully funded the event with the stipulation that council does not charge students for tickets. 

Members discuss the upcoming events (Ian Krietzberg / Staff Writer).

The Deaf Hearing Connection was fully funded for $2,270 for Deaf Culture Night, which will take place on Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. in the Brower Student Center. The event is designed to allow students of the College better to understand deaf culture and will feature a performance by Mathey Maxey, a prominent interpreter and performer in the deaf community. The money will go towards food and performance costs. 

The College’s Pep Band was fully funded $2,340 for its request for t-shirts and zippered hoodies that are meant to enforce group unity. This motion passed with the stipulation that the shirts and hoodies are organizational property and cannot be taken home after graduation. 

The College’s Outdoors Club were fully funded $950 for transportation to its ziplining event, which will take place Nov. 2 at the Mountain Creek resort in Vernon Township, New Jersey. 

Lambda Theta Alpha and Lambda Theta Phi were fully funded $540 for their co-sponsored “Viva La Vida” event, which is scheduled to take place on Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Decker Hall Social Space. 


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