Dane Cook among attractions this year
As a college student, it can be hard to balance the desire to go out and have fun while saving your money for essentials. The USF Campus Activities Board provides students with entertainment at prices all students can afford.
There is a variety of movies, concerts, shows and other events put on by CAB each semester. One popular event is the weekly showing of Movies On The Lawn. The movies are no longer in theaters but have not yet been released on DVD, and they are completely free to watch. CAB also provides soda and popcorn to all moviegoers at MOTL free of charge.
CAB also plays a part in the yearly Round-Up, a back-to-school event for USF students. Award-winning comedian Dane Cook will be performing at this year’s Round Up on Sept. 1. Cook has performed all over the country and CAB is bringing him to USF for students to see for free.
For a schedule of a events sponsored by CAB go to ctr.usf.edu/cab or call (813) 974-5306.
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