It’s not summer just yet, so let’s pump the breaks on all this “summer’s finally here,””so glad classes are over” or “excuse me, you’re sitting on my hair.” Maybe that last part is just me?
While summer is right around the corner (literally, I can see it right now) there’s still some spring quarter left. In fact, we still have a week of events going on that you really shouldn’t miss. Also, there’s still finals to complete and, not trying to make you freak out or anything, but I’m freaking out (send help).
If you still haven’t filled them out, SEOI’s are still open and will remain open until Sunday, June 7. A good way to make that little notification go away when you sign into Canvas is just to fill the darn thing out. Seriously, it doesn’t even take that long (three hours isn’t that bad).
Fish Food Drive
There are a lot of hungry fish out there and it’s our job to make sure they have plenty of food. All jokes aside, Fish Food Bank is still recovering from the devastating fire that happened in November of last year and could use all of the help the community can give.
Donation boxes will be set up at Super 1 Food and Grocery Outlet June 5 through June 7 with boxes set up at C-Store in the SURC June 1 through June 11.
International Games Night
It’s basically what it sounds like. On Monday, June 1 at 4 p.m. in the SURC room 137, board games of all nationalities will be available for participants to jump in and play. The event is free to attend but really shouldn’t be because the fun you’ll have while attending is priceless (MasterCard lawsuit now pending, I’m sure).
Tea at 3 with Phil Backlund
What’s better than a conversation and a spot of tea? If you were British, you may have answered “literally nothing.” If you aren’t British, well come hangout anyway. It’s fun.
On Thursday, June 4 at 3 p.m. in the SURC Pit, Communication Professor Phil Backlund will share his journey of how he got to where he is and the road that took him here. It’s all really quite fascinating. Plus, there’s free tea (don’t worry, it’s iced, cause sun and stuff).
These are only a few examples of fun events still happening at CWU this week. For a full list, check out the Hype posters near and in the bathrooms in the SURC or online at the CWU calendars. So put away your suntan lotion and get involved!
Unless you’re in the sun, please wear it.