The UCF Residence Hall Association hosted Study Knight 2021 with an event called "Pre-K for a Day" for students to unwind before finals Monday night.
Attendees were able to jump and slide down bounce houses and go through a snow maze. RHA also provided materials for students to create glitter jars, make their own stress balls, soak tie-dye shirts and formulate sugar scrubs.
"I think this is a good de-stressing event during finals," psychology senior Fatima Hussain said. "I've always liked crafty things, so it's been pretty special."
Knights of the Turntables also played music, as students enjoyed fresh popcorn and snow cones made by members of RHA's executive board.
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