First “CAB presents Galactic Bowling” for spring semester begins Thursday

Marshall University students will now have a chance to go bowling for free with the Campus Activities Board new program, “CAB presents Galactic Bowling.”

The program only applies to the first 75 students that bring a valid student ID on a first-come, first-serve basis. Students will bowl at Strike Zone Bowling Center, located on Route 60.

CAB advisor and coordinator of student activities Lee Tabor said this is the third year the program has been running.

“It gives students some activities and events to help you relax from focusing so much on school,” Tabor said. “At the same time, it gives students the opportunity to participate in some local options that we have with entertainment. So it’s a great way to show off Strike Zone to students.”

This is the second year in a row the program has been at Strike Zone.

“With Strike Zone, we have the lights and the music,” Tabor said. “Students can request music, so it kind of has more of a homely, fun feel.”

Junior Mary Norton said she thinks the program sounds fun.

“I think it has enough exercise but still can make you laugh,” Norton said.

“CAB presents Galactic Bowling” will take place every Thursday from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. until the end of February.

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