Starting Monday, Student Events will be hosting 5 events, and on March 18, Transition Leader interviews will begin.

Monday, March 11

Kona Ice Truck

Central Campus | 11 a.m.-1p.m.

Rock, Paper, Scissors Tourney Begins

The Nest | 4-6 p.m.

Each student will receive one bead necklace on Monday after Chapel and Student Events staff will pass out two necklaces to staff and faculty. Students will compete against other students throughout the week to take their necklace. Once a student gets five necklaces they can challenge a staff member. Those with the most will compete after chapel on Thursday. The winner will receive a $50 gift card to any place of their choosing!

Thursday, March 14

Commuter Care

The Nest | 9-11 a.m.

Rock, Paper, Scissors Tourney Finale

Outside the Chapel | 11 a.m.

Pi Eating Contest

The Nest | 12:30-1:30 p.m.

The students who wish to compete must register here in advance. The audience and contestants will be able to have a slice of pie after the competition.


  • No hands
  • Contestants will eat as many pies until the ones with hidden prizes are found
  • Two prizes will be hidden: a gift card and a ticket to casino royale

Grocery Bingo: March Theme

The Cafe | 9-10 p.m.

March 18-22

Interested in becoming a Transition Leader? TL Applications are now live. Transition Leader interviews will be every day, March 18-22 from 6-8 p.m. in KR 108.

Casino Royal

Saturday, April 6 | 7 p.m. | Black Box

Experience the thrill of espionage and high-stakes gambling (free chips provided to all) at our James Bond-themed Casino Royale Night! With Texas Hold’em, Blackjack, Slot Machines, and Bingo as featured games, guests will immerse themselves in the world of 007 as they try their luck against fellow agents and villains alike! Prizes fit for a secret agent await the most skilled players, from gift-cards to high-end gadgets! So put on your tuxedo or evening gown and prepare for an evening of sophistication, excitement, and unforgettable entertainment!

Get your tickets now before they are sold out! Once the event is sold out, no additional entries will be permitted due to fire and safety precautions.

Want in?

Our mission at Student Events is to provide you with opportunities to learn and develop outside of the classroom. Through social, educational, and spiritual programming, our staff seeks to assist students in holistic development. As a Cardinal, you will find numerous ways to get involved on campus. You’ve got options! In addition to student events, there are many other student organizations you can get involved in.