When final exam season rolls around, it’s common to let your mind wander to simpler times of elementary school days when your hardest decision was what crayon to pick from the box.
This passing daydream was made a reality Wednesday by the Commuter Student Association (CSA) and the Art Club. Both clubs teamed up to create a coffeehouse event for students in need of a little rest and relaxation through coloring and pizza.
CSA president William Sauers thinks this coffeehouse is one of the most important events the club puts on.
“This is good because it provides a mindless task to get your mind off of school work, stress and classes. It’s an hour or two just to yourself. It’s important for having a focused mind in school,” Sauers said.
Coffeehouses are set up four times a semester, and this stress-less event was the last of the spring. Look for more next year!