Students scramble for ‘Kat kash’

Program Council held the Kat Kash Scramble in the mall area in front of the Lowman Student Center on Tuesday.

Kat Kash Scramble was a program where students stepped into a glass box to catch as much fake money and coupons as they could. Based on the amount that a student got, they could exchange the fake money and coupons for prizes like a DVD recorder, T-shirts, school equipment and movie kits.

The purpose of the program was to inform students about Program Council.

“I think the students enjoyed the program a lot. We wanted to bring people out and tell about Program Council. The students were grateful and happy to get some of the prizes,” said Program Chair Hannah Monroe.

The Program Council is a student programming board that presents free activities and events to students on campus.

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