Killingsworth residents paint with a twist

Taylor Barnett

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The creative juices were flowing on the third floor. On Feb. 16 Killingsworth resident assistants hosted painting with a twist for residents.

“It was a good way to break from the daily grind of college,” said Savannah Luna, a sophomore in nursing. “We got to be creative, and paint what we wanted to paint, and just go with the flow of what we were feeling.”

The 24 residents in attendance were able to enjoy themselves regardless of their artistic abilities, and in the end create a piece of art that they liked.

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 “It was fun,” said Anissia Jones, a freshman in athletic training. “Everyone tried their best and liked what they did even though it might not have been as great as others.”

According to Luna the event provided not only a great bonding experience for residents resident assistants also enjoyed the event and bonded as well. However the original ideas expressed by residents played a key role in the success of the event.

“The event went really well because a lot of people incorporated their own ideas,” said Ashley Ates, sophomore in international studies and resident assistant.

The event also transported attendees back to the simpler times of childhood.

“I thought it was just a good experience, it felt good to be like a kid again,” Jones said.

 

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