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STUCO plans ‘Cookies, Kool-aid, and Cramming’

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The past four years, Student Council (STUCO) has held “Cookies, Cocoa, and cramming” in the fall for students to study for finals in a relaxed atmosphere. Around 200 people attend this event each year.

For the first time,  STUCO is introducing Cookies, Kool-aid, and Cramming on May 20 to provide an option for studying in the spring.

Current sophomore class president Isabella Wirthlin said, “The goal is for everything to move effectively and efficiently so that everyone can get prepared for finals.”

This year STUCO will host this event on Monday, May 20 at 2:30-4 p.m. in the cafeteria.

“I’m just excited to see how this turns out because it’s out first one,” said Wirthlin.

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STUCO plans ‘Cookies, Kool-aid, and Cramming’