Roger Life: Finding the Fun Collaboratively, with CEN Organizers
In case you missed it, Campus Entertainment Network (CEN) "Where’s The Fun" Committee Chairs Calvin Shimansky and Patrick Longval brought an exciting night of blacklight laser tag to the Field House in February. Students signed up to play in teams of four vs. four, filling all of the available 10-minute time slots.
Collaboration Makes It Happen: “We do a really good job of bringing events like this to campus by collaborating with each other. We collaborate with the students during our weekly committee meetings, collaborate with our advisors, and all the faculty and staff," Shimansky said. "It’s great to hear their ideas and get to actually put on events.”
Opportunities to Meet New People: “Since we are obviously still in the pandemic, it’s great for us to have an event that was a safe as possible, to get people out of their rooms and meeting new people," Longval said. "We are doing everything we can to be able to have people come out and have fun, while being safe.”
Anyone Can Get Involved: “You can join CEN’s Outreach Committee at their meetings on Mondays at 6. You can join the Arts and Culture Committee on Tuesdays at 5, the 'Where’s the Fun Committee' on Tuesdays at 6, and the Traditions Committee meets on Thursdays at 6,” Shimansky said. Or find info about future CEN events and planning meetings on HawkLink.
Shimansky and Longval are both sophomores at RWU. Shimansky, of Reading, Mass., is majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Business. Longval, of Medway, Mass., is majoring in Accounting and Finance.
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