SGA Hosts Dinner of the Decade as Alternative for Dancing Through the Decades

For the second year in a row, Dancing Through the Decades has been canceled. However, with less restrictions and the student body back on campus, SGA made the decision to host the Dinner of the Decade.

Student Government Association’s Chief Organizational Officer Ryan Krueger, who was instrumental in the planning of this event said SGA has the opportunity to host over 180 people at Dinner of the Decade. 

“This is going to be the largest event at CUW during the 2020-2021 school year,” said Krueger. 

To host an event as big as Dinner of the Decade required a lot of conversation with the administrative staff on CUW.

“Ultimately, we agreed that it was possible to host a dinner and meet all of the guidelines,” Krueger said.

Student Affairs Committee member Adam Urban is looking forward to getting back to way things were.

“It has been so long since we have had normalcy. I hope this event brings some of that back,” Urban said.

Urban said that without SGA’s Social Programming and Public Relations Committee, none of this could have happened.

“Each person brought a set of unique gifts to the table and it was because of all these minds coming together that we had this event at all,” Urban said. “I am really blessed to be able to have an opportunity to just have an event at all and for people to enjoy a nice meal.”

Although this year’s Dancing Through The Decades was canceled, Krueger said plans are already in the works for the 2021-2022 academic year.

“Hopefully, we can host [Dancing Through the Decades] next spring, we plan on looking at venues like Fiserv Forum and Miller Park,” Krueger said. 

The event begins at 6pm Friday April 23, with the dinner starting at 6:30 pm. SGA is excited to see the energy and excitement that it will bring.

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Written By Luke Symmank



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