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Taylor Submits Winning Activity Idea
September 8, 2006
Maggie T. Taylor of Enid wins an iPod Nano from the SWOSU Collegiate Activities Board for submitting the best activity idea in a recent student contest.
Taylor, who is a resident advisor at Oklahoma Hall on the SWOSU campus in Weatherford, submitted an event called the SWOSU Book of Records. She said the event is to have an entire day dedicated to setting records at SWOSU.
She suggested having the event at the Wellness Center from 9 a.m. in the morning until 11 p.m. at night. Different stations would be designated for different record-setting tasks, such as
*Most consecutive free throws made
*Most consecutive 3-pointers made
*Fastest to climb to the top of the rock wall
*Most hot dogs eaten in "X" minutes
*Most consecutive cartwheels
Taylor suggested that tasks could vary as much as CABS wants but should include fun talents as well as physical skills.
Winners of each event will get a prize and those who attempt to set any record should get thrown in a lottery for a "Special Effort" prize or something.
Shameika Williams, director of CAB, said all the suggestions were much appreciated and CAB has lots of activities planned during the 2006-07 school year.