ArtHeels play a game of Messy Twister in the Pit
‘I should have stretched first’
What better way to relieve midterm stress than to play a giant game of Twister in the Pit? But not with your basic Twister mat.
The event is a way for ArtHeels to bring therapy through art to the student body. From flying limbs and sliding hands to butt bumping and precarious stretching, Messy Twister turned into a stress reliever and workout.
After playing a round, freshmen Kelsey Woody and Mikeala Roberson were covered in paint.
“I need a shower,” said Kelsey.
Mikeala said: “I should have stretched before this.”