Soul Food Luncheon & Mardi Gras Club Social

From 11-2pm on February 24th, a Soul Food Luncheon will take place in the gym in hopes of educating students more about the African American culture with soul food and music. Dr. Clark White and his band, “Deacon Blues,” will be performing along with Neshawn Calloway and her band. Moss Place is catering, and some of the food to expect is fried chicken, ribs, mac n’ cheese, fried okra, rolls, and apple and peach cobbler. Your student ID will be your ticket for lunch, so don’t show up without it! Also, be sure to RSVP on the Chatt Sync website. Compared to last year’s game show theme for the luncheon, this year’s will be more laid back and give you the chance to enjoy some blues and gospel music and some delicious food. The luncheon will play along with Café Connection’s upcoming session about blues and jazz music. This event was put together by a collaboration of different multicultural clubs like BOSS and BSLA as well as some of the Chatt State advisors.

Compared to last year’s game show theme for the luncheon, this year’s will be more laid back and give you the chance to enjoy some blues and gospel music and some delicious food. The luncheon will play along with Café Connection’s upcoming session about blues and jazz music. This event was put together by a collaboration of different multicultural clubs like BOSS and BSLA as well as some of the Chatt State advisors.

From 10-2pm on February 28th, there will be a Mardi Gras themed club social in the Omni building hallway. Over thirty clubs will be participating in this social. To name a few, Student life, Intramurals, SGA, and APB will all have booths. Each booth will have a Mardi Gras theme with food and an opportunity to join or donate money. The goal of this social is to make students more aware of the importance and benefits of clubs. These clubs may give a well-needed break from class or serve as a way to meet new people. Whatever the case, the Mardi Gras Club Social will be a fun way to release some stress that a new semester can bring.