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Experience Fall at BC with CAB

Boston College's Campus Activities Board (CAB) has hosted a multitude of successful events so far this year. Andy Grammer’s performance at Robsham, apple picking at Honey Pot Hill Orchard and the September 24 Red Sox vs. Rays baseball game are just a few out of the many fun-filled fall happenings that CAB has arranged in the short time that students have been back on campus for the semester. CAB is continuously providing BC students with the chance to be exposed to a variety of opportunities, both on and off campus. With many more appealing CAB events approaching this month and beyond, there’s still time for you to experience the most anticipated occasions of the fall.

Judah Friedlander at Robsham

Photo courtesy of Boston College CAB / Facebook

Photo courtesy of Boston College CAB / Facebook

Ever dream of witnessing a comedic genius live? If so, clear your schedule for this Friday, October 10. Judah Friedlander, star of NBC’s hit comedy series “30 Rock," will take the stage in Robsham Theater at 7:00 p.m. to deliver an entertaining and intimate comedic show. As an added bonus, comedian Chris Gethard will also make an appearance on this sure to be laughter-filled night. Tickets are $10, and are currently available for purchase through Robsham's website.

 Shwayze Concert

The recent announcement of hip-hop artist Shwayze being featured in BC’s 2014 Homecoming weekend has BC students “Buzzin.” Though the specifics of the concert are lacking on the BC website, this much we know: it’s on Thursday, October 16, it is a 1.5 hour-long show beginning at 6:30 p.m., and it’s free. Get ready to kick off the Homecoming festivities by jamming to “Corona and Lime”, and maybe even drink one, too--only if you’re 21, of course.

Homecoming Dance

This year's homecoming dance will be held at the Sheraton Boston on Friday, October 17, with an appropriate theme of "FANCY." The event will feature a DJ set from The Knocks and a performance by Electronic State of Mind. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased on the Robsham website, and will be available to seniors on October 5 from 12 p.m.-midnight, to juniors on October 6 from midnight-12 p.m. and to all other classes from 12:30 p.m. until they have sold out.

Photo courtesy of Boston College CAB / Facebook

Photo courtesy of Boston College CAB / Facebook

Discover Boston’s Haunted Tour

Halloween fiends, look no further: BC2Boston is presenting a once-per-year opportunity on Wednesday, October 29 for those who are seeking pre-Halloween mischief. This 90-minute tour will uncover Boston’s “haunted history, murders, legends and lore,” and will include attractions such as the site of the Boston Strangler’s last murder, and America’s Most Haunted Hotel. Clearly, this event is not for the faint of heart. Tickets for this bone-chilling event go on sale Wednesday, October 22 at 8 a.m via the Robsham website. Luckily, this event caters to college students’ budgets--tickets sell for $5 per person.

Photo courtesy of Boston College CAB / Facebook.

Photo courtesy of Boston College CAB / Facebook

Bi-weekly Trivia Nights

Calling all competitive trivia whizzes! CAB is hosting Trivia Nights every other Thursday from 9 p.m to 11 p.m. for those who wish to show off their knowledge of sports, movies, science, geography or any other topic of interest. Beginning this Thursday, October 9, teams of 4 (more or less) will assemble on the second floor of Lower to compete for prizes such as gift cards, event tickets and the like. Some attend Trivia Night for serious, competitive purposes, while others are simply drawn to the free food that is provided. Whatever the motive, Trivia Nights are sure to offer an upbeat, fact-filled Thursday. No pre-registration is necessary.

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