Students wing it with CAB trivia night

Jared Morgan, Staff Writer

FMU’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted their Wings and Trivia event on Sept. 13 from 4-5 p.m. in the Cauthen Café as a part of their Fall Jamboree.

Students competed solo or in groups to answer various trivia questions about recent pop culture, movie quotes and chart-topping music. The teams wagered points to compete for the highest score and prizes. Students ate wings while discussing trivia before the showing of Avengers: Endgame.

This was just one of several events hosted during the Fall Jamboree at FMU. CAB creates many different events throughout the year for students to have a break from academics.

Alex McGill, student life specialist, shared her thoughts on the importance of hosting student events.

“Our students are wonderful and there is so much depth to them,” McGill said. “I think that we are a part of social learning. Students are diverse with a lot of stuff on their minds.”

Caira Wilson, CAB vice chair, discussed the importance of students being involved in campus activities.

“Seeing that FMU is a quiet campus, it’s important for students to be involved in student activities so they can know what’s going on,” Wilson said.

CAB will be holding auditions for FMU’s Got Talent on Oct. 2 in Chapman Auditorium. Their next event will be the Grille After Dark “Poetry Slam” on Wednesday, Oct. 9, from 6-8 p.m.

Students who would like to learn about upcoming activities can check out the CAB’s page on the FMU website or on Instagram at fmu_cab. CAB is also accepting applications for new volunteers.