Students ThinkFast at Cabrini

By Kelly Hannan
September 14, 2010

Cabrini College’s Campus Activities and Programming (CAP) Board, held the event “ThinkFast” gameshow in Grace Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 7th.

They booked a disc jockey as well as a host from Over 15 teams from Cabrini participated in the game with contestants ranging from freshmen to seniors.

The winning team, Ugga Bugga, consisted of Ryan Pashley, junior psychology and criminology major and Amanda Rosica, junior psychology and sociology major. They won a $200 Visa gift card.

“I actually split the money 50/50 with my teammate Amanda Rosica. We might actually use our money to do something together, like putting it towards our study abroad in Australia next semester,” Pashley said.

The object of the game is to answer the questions the fastest.  Each team starts out with 1,000 points.  The questions that are asked are a combination of music videos, multiple choice trivia and survey questions.

Four players from each of the top four teams select a representative to go up onstage and play the final round standing behind a podium with a buzzer and microphone.

The contest came down to two competitions including a bootleg version of “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Freshman political science major, Gregory Robinson, won by singing “Single Ladies” by Beyonce in the “American Idol” portion.  Senior marketing major Bryan Janowski won the second talent competition, “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Although Nick Casey, junior accounting major, was leading for the majority of the final four, he was eliminated by incorrectly answering his last question.

“It sucked because we earned all the points and they just walked away with it. I thought maybe they could of offered us something for getting them 900 points but its all good. I still had a lot of fun,” Casey said.

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