CAB to host 'Love is Diverse'

By Tierra Smith

Feb. 5, 2018

Campus Activities Board will host “Love is Diverse”—an event to promote campus engagement with different activities, games and art as a part of Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14 in the Student Center atrium from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

“Love is Diverse” gives students the opportunity to not only celebrate the holiday with loved ones, but also to create new relationships with other students at Cleveland State University.

According to CAB Event Coordinator Samar Khan, the goal of the event is to celebrate love and relationships, not necessarily what people share with their partners or spouse but also love for parents, friends and siblings.

Additionally, the event highlights different types of love that people share with one another. This is the first time CAB plans to host this specific valentine event.

Previously, they hosted other campus-wide events for the holiday—but this year—they are developing it into less of a couple's affair as students are encouraged to come solo.

Khan enjoyed planning this event and said she expects around 150 students to attend to stop by during common hour.



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