Campus Activities Board

Andy Soto

Andy Soto
CAB Director

 

Major

Biblical & Theological Studies

 

Hometown

Gainesville, GA

 

Other interests on and off campus

I enjoy a good game of spike-ball, and downtime with my bros. #Borderlands.

 

Favorite CAB event

Jazz on the Overlook

 

Why CAB?

I know that for me the events that CAB put on always helped me forget about school for a little bit, and enjoy my friends and free time; I want to be a part of pulling off those events.

 

 


 

Reid Northcutt

Reid Northcutt

 

Major

Business and Economics

 

Hometown

Flintstone, GA

 

Other interests on and off campus

Economics club, intramurals, Spikeball.

 

Favorite CAB event

I love Mistletoe Mingle. It's a great way to celebrate the end of classes and start of reading days.

 

Why CAB?

I've really enjoyed being a part of past CAB events, and I want to be a part of providing that same experience for other students.

 

 


 

Annie Minton

Annie Minton

 

Major

English

 

Hometown

Lizella, GA

 

Other interests on and off campus

Dancing whenever there's a chance, laughing often with friends, having good conversations when I should be studying, and eating any and every dessert.

 

Favorite CAB event

’80s skate night

 

Why CAB?

I love making spaces aesthetically pleasing. I also love being a part of planning events that bring people together and allow people to have fun!

 

 


 

Sara (Sage) Belz

Sara (Sage) Belz

 

Major

Economics

 

Hometown

Asheville, NC

 

Other interests on and off campus

JV soccer, economics club, exploring Chattanooga, piano, hiking around Lookout Mountain, roller skating, eating really good food.

 

Favorite CAB event

’80s Skate Night

 

Why CAB?

CAB events are unique in that they provide a platform for people from every corner of Covenant to celebrate life and dancing and food and music together in the same space. I also love the collaboration and creative energy that event planning requires.

 

 


 

Christian Emilee Vining

Christian Emilee Vining

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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