“This event wouldn’t have been possible without everyone who helped put it together,” said CCB president Noah Krantz ‘22.5, referring to the 30+ members of the event planning committee. “Without all of your hard work, we wouldn’t have been able to order food from Flatbread and book the Kasper Multipurpose Room. Together, we drew a crowd of over five people. Know that we did that.”
With the wild success of this latest event, the leadership team at CCB plans to outdo themselves soon, hopefully drawing upwards of eight or nine students to the Petteruti Lounge, where they are reportedly considering serving Kabob and Curry.
“We hope to show that Brown students do have spirit,” said Krantz, wearing a t-shirt from the event that prominently features the CCB logo. “Brown students know how to party. At our event, we listened to music on Spotify and then looked at images from one of our previous events. It was an amazing experience for everyone who came — people who represent as many as six different communities at Brown.”
At press time, UCS devoted an entire meeting to complaining about CCB calling their latest event “student government” sponsored.