Students’ fortunes were told by professional psychics at Psychic Night on Thursday Jan. 19. The highly-anticipated and well-received event hosted by CAP Board brought real psychics to campus to share what the future had in store for students.
CAP Board hired Marilyn Zukonick-Zeff for this event. Zukonick-Zeff is a psychic who has been reading peoples’ fortunes professionally for 20 years. She brought two other psychics with her to speed along the process since the anticipated turnout was to be large.
Believers and non-believers attended Psychic Night to indulge in the supernatural phenomenon of tarot card and palm readings.
“Initially, I didn’t believe in tarot cards and psychics, but after she read my palm I started to think that she knew what she was talking about,” Brandon Mincer, junior social work major, said.
“I do believe in tarot cards,” Sean O’Neil, sophomore psychology major, said. “The fortune teller knew what my major was, how I’ve been lately and knew my personal problems. I was amazed at how he knew so much about me and how accurate he was with my facts.”
“I’m not sure if I believe in tarot cards or not,” Lauren Morano, junior marketing major, said. “It was my first experience with them. I’ve been to a psychic once before but it was totally different than this. He didn’t use tarot cards or read palms.”
“I believe in tarot cards because I believe it’s fate in what you pick and the psychics are just there to interpret what they mean for you,” Samantha Smith, junior math and secondary education major, said.
While waiting to hear their fortunes, students had the option to watch the film Animal House.
“It really helped pass the time when people were waiting to hear their fortunes,” James Brooks, sophomore undecided, said.
Those who attended the event expressed their satisfaction.
“I loved the event,” O’Neil said. “It was a great experience. I enjoyed hearing what my future has in store for me. I can’t wait until we have another event like this.”