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Students spring into the weekend

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By Cameron Pettrone Staff Writer With Spring Weekend just around the corner, students are becoming excited for the weekend’s events. Molly Pra Sisto, a freshman education major, is looking forward to this weekend. “It’s supposed to be crazy from what I heard, but I am looking forward to spending time outside with my friends,” she…

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SGA/CAB search for voting solution

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This semester, one Student Government Association (SGA) senator held two voting positions, which is against policy. However, SGA said it has found a solution. “When the time came to vote, they called me twice. I had to answer twice,” said Madeleine Faircloth, the class of 2017 secretary and Campus Activities Board (CAB) representative. SGA has…

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Empire state of mind

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By Caitlyn Morral Staff Writer Bonaventure students got a taste of the Big Apple last weekend. For one day, the students took on the city that never sleeps. The Campus Activities Board, (CAB) coordinates these bus trips. They happen twice a year, once in the fall semester and once in the spring semester. Fifty-five students…

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New club budgets exceed expectations

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By Lian Bunny Photo Editor After St. Bonaventure clubs prepared for another budget decrease for the 2015-2016 academic year, a university gift of $42,000 allowed the Student Government Association (SGA) to raise people’s expectations and club allocations. SGA President Rose Brown said the group was told the funds were a “university gift.”  The university did…

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CAB announces Spring Weekend events

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By: Lian Bunny News Editor “I hope everyone is looking forward to me making a fool out of myself trying to play kickball. I’m really horrible at sports, so expect great things.” According to Peter Bertoldo, a sophomore modern languages major, this is the main reason people should attend this year’s Spring Weekend festivities. On…

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Have bus…will travel

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By Betsy Pray Staff Writer If you’re looking for a cheap weekend getaway – whether it be to a big city, another country or a football game – St. Bonaventure’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) has the answer. CAB has planned three bus trips for fall 2013: to New York City on Sept. 21, Clifton Hill…

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Spring concert cut due to lack of funds

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By Heather Monahan Features Assignment Editor Students aren’t always the only ones who get to rock the Reilly Center at St. Bonaventure. In the past, the Campus Activities Board (CAB) has brought artists such as Bruce Springsteen, the Goo Goo Dolls and Sean Kingston to campus for a Spring Concert. However, due to lower enrollment…

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CAB made right decision to pass on spring concert under tight budget

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Students who were looking forward to see a national musical act come to campus will be sorely disappointed. The news that the Campus Activity Board (CAB) would not be hosting a spring concert spread quickly last Tuesday. Some Bona’s students on Twitter derided the decision.  They lobbed criticisms at the school’s administration and CAB and…

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Take advantage of unique CAB events as a break from midterm stress

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Spring break approaches, and students should look forward to the chance for a few days away from campus. Unfortunately, that break is usually paid for with a dreadful set of midterm exams and projects. The stress of midterm exams and projects can be a daunting task requiring long nights of constant typing, reading and the…

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Band choices should not be blamed on CAB

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  Many St. Bonaventure students wait anxiously to see what band or artist is chosen to perform on campus for the annual Spring Concert.    When the Campus Activities Board (CAB) announced this year’s performers Breathe Carolina and The Ready Set, some students expressed their disappointment in the choices. Some started to point fingers and…

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Embracing diversity, celebrating differences

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By Matthew Laurrie Assistant Features Editor St. Bonaventure University embraced a culture of acceptance this week on campus through a myriad of events intended to promote the value of people with cognitive and physical disabilities in higher education. The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), in a joint effort with the Campus Activities Board (CAB), is…

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