C.A.N.chella Makes Its Debut At Central

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

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University: where you can get a degree, expand your knowledge and… roller skate in the middle of campus?

Last Tuesday’s C.A.N. “C.A.N.chella” event was for those students who want to attend an arts festival such as Coachella, but don’t have the money or aren’t willing to travel. 

“C.A.N.chella” featured several different attractions. As previously mentioned, a padded area and roller skates were provided so that students could skate all around the Student Center Circle.

Students could also have a pancake artist make them a pancake. Students would pull up a picture of the design they wanted on their pancake and the artist would replicate it for them.

If students got hungry, several food trucks were scattered around the Circle, serving foods such as burgers, wings, cupcakes and smoothies.

It wouldn’t be a C.A.N. event without a DIY opportunity. Students were also able to make their own travel fund jars. Local vendors were also invited to set up a table and sell to students. One sold designed cups, one sold prints and another sold custom t-shirts.

As for entertainment, the Acabellas performed some live a cappella covers of popular songs such as “Take Me To Church” by Hozier and “Zombie” by The Cranberries.

Overall, “C.A.N.chella” had a large variety of activities for students to partake in in-between classes.