Etch It invades The RSC


Tyler McDonough

Students etching their names and designs in glasses.

Tyler McDonough, Staff Writer

The A&M-Commerce Campus Activities Board (CAB) put on the Etch It program on Sept. 20 in the Rayburn Student Center.

The CAB is always putting on activities but this particular event was a big hit drawing in nearly 50 students in by the first 45 minutes. The event is student led and is an opportunity for students to show off their arts and crafts skills.

Students were given a vase or drinking glass with cream to plaster on the glass to decorate with different stickers. Many students showed off their arts and crafts skills by designing their glasses with their names. Students from all over campus lined up waiting for their turn. Senior, Jazmine Edmond, a CAB member said her favorite part was seeing how all the different glasses turned out.