The Alphabet Center, along with 49 other registered student organizations, attended Colonel Craze on Feb. 12 in the newly renovated Powell Building.

Members of the Alphabet Center said they always table at Colonel Craze to make their presence known on campus and to reach as many people as possible with information about their organization. 

Danielle Matcalf, president of the Alphabet Center, said that the Alphabet Center strives to be a safe space to all students and they have no criteria to join. 

Having this semester’s Colonel Craze on the newly renovated second floor of the Powell Student Center was a great way to unveil the new common area and its resources, such as the new meeting spaces for registered student organizations will be utilized throughout the duration of the semester. 

Upperclassmen said they enjoyed the event not only for the organizations but also because of seeing the newly renovated space. 

Rebecca Ridge, a senior biomedical science major from Louisville and member of the EKU Archery team said, “It was really interesting seeing the complete change that took place, it feels like I’m in a completely different building.”

The Alphabet Center has its meetings at 8 p.m. every Thursday night in Roark 10. To learn more about the Alphabet Center and their events scheduled for this semester visit wgs.eku.edu/alphabet-center-eku.

Interested students can also contact President Danielle Matcalf at Danielle_Metcalf10@mymail.eku.edu or Lisa Day, faculty advisor, at Lisa.Day@eku.edu.

 

 

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