On Nov. 30, Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) put on a version of the daytime game show “Family Feud”. Being played in the Last Chapter Pub, students had to pre-select their teams of five ahead of time, examples being the “Smartinis”, the “Freshman Squad”, and “Transfers for Life”.  

While the set-up was the same as the show, the rules were slightly different; this mainly being that there was no real winner, just a victor each round with no fast money being played. The questions were ones that made students think from “what foods are named after their country” and “which dog would you not be afraid of when robbing a house.”  

With an audience of about 30 people, the crowd got into it as well, shouting out the answers in unison when the leftovers were revealed just like in the show. All in all, it was a good experience that did well to recreate the atmosphere of the show and this who went felt satisfied for what they got.

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