By: Jerry Green, Staff Reporter
On July 19, CNM’s student government has scheduled a free showing of DC’s “Shazam!” to help students unwind before the end of the summer term and has invited other student groups to join if they’d like to boost awareness.
The event will take place at the CNM Prop House on the southeast corner of Coal Avenue and Oak Street from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
“Summer semester classes started on May fifth and have been stressful to some students,” said Angel Garcia, the president of the Executive Council of Students (ECOS).
Their goal is to help students achieve their academic dreams and sometimes that involves taking a break from the workload and watching a good movie, he added.
Especially during the summer, some students on campus may not be aware of the presence of ECOS and they aim to change that with the upcoming movie night.
“We have these events to raise awareness to the student populace that CNM does have a student government and that they do have a voice,” he said.
Garcia even offered an invitation for other student organizations to join movie night and other ECOS events so that the student body could see more of what groups are at CNM.
“We also extend an invitation to other student organizations to come to our events and fundraise by selling sodas or chips or whatever they choose.” he said.
If you have any questions pertaining to student-related events happening at CNM, contact Garcia at email@example.com.