The Student Activities Board at CU makes sure there are always opportunities for you to be involved in the fun on campus!
SNOC - Tuesday night before classes start, every year
As a welcome back to school, the entire Community Life staff puts on a sketch comedy show as a way to "orient" the new students to Cornerstone culture, and as a way to make the upper classmen laugh harder than any other time of the year! A much loved CU tradition!
NIGHT OF NETS - Every Fall
CU athletes lead this movement each fall with the goal to provide insecticide-treated bed nets to families all over the world at risk of contracting the deadly disease Malaria. In partnership with World Vision Act:s, this event gives CU students the chance to live out our mission of having a global influence!
MUDBOWL - Every year, first week in October
Mudbowl is CU's longest lasting tradition, a mud football game battle between the classes! Each year students dress up in crazy outfits and old tennis shoes and prepare to get stuck in the mud as they play flag football for a chance at the coveted Mudbowl title!
MOCK ROCK - Every year, fall semester
CU's very own lip singing competition! Students dress up and mock their favorite music artist and perform their songs in front of the whole student body. It's the best "concert" of the year!
LATE NIGHT BREAKFAST - Monday of exam week, each semester
Take a break from studying for this hour-long breakfast each semester during exam week! Play games, eat pancakes, and of course win TONS of prizes, all with the hope of relieving some exam stress!
HOMECOMING BALL - Every February
Homecoming is a much loved weekend here at CU and students love the chance to dress up and go out on the GR town to dance and celebrate the legacy of CU!
MARIO MADNESS - Every March
Here at CU students rid themselves of the post Spring Break blues by racing their way to victory in the annual Mario Kart Madness Tournament - think college basketball, but way more intense!
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