Cru at Sam and Destino are offering students a break from classwork for a few hours of entertainment and a little friendly competition on Monday (April 15).
Their “Karaoke in the Kat Klub” and arm wrestling tournament will be from 7-10 p.m. in the Lowman Student Center Kat Klub.
Through the event, the student organizations want to allow others to meet, mingle and enjoy free snacks. The arm-wrestling tournament will begin at 8 p.m., followed by karaoke.
“Cru at Sam and Destino want to have students be involved on-campus. This event will help students to engage in the campus culture and give students a place to have a fun time in a safe atmosphere,” said Fabiola Sanchez, president of Destino, a Latino religious organization on campus. “It is mid-April which means that it is right in the middle of academic work being due before finals. Students, as well as staff, can benefit from a fun even that will provide a sense of community.”
Door prizes will also be given out throughout the evening.
This is the third time the two groups have held this event on campus.
“The response in the past has been very good,” said Sanchez, a senior political science major. “The first year we had about 75 students, the second year 100 or more, and this year we hope to have 150 or more.”
Students who want to participate in the arm-wrestling tournament must sign a waiver of acknowledgement of risk when they arrive.
Cru and Destino are “sister” religious organizations on campus, dedicated to having “the gospel within arms reach of every student, staff and faculty on campus,” according to Sanchez.
For more information, contact Sanchez at email@example.com.