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Relationships to Booty Calls

By Jenna Stigge
On February 17, 2016

Photo by Rodney Latham

OTTAWA--This past Wednesday evening, Ottawa University presented Relationships to Booty Calls in the Goppert Conference Room. This event was held for all students and was an opportunity for them to have questions answered by a panel of students, participate in polls and play in Battle of the Sexes to win prizes.

Taylor Jones and Darien Chambers hosted the event. The two of them are both former Ottawa University students and are known for their successful relationship. 

The panel of students was hand-selected before the event. These students were Tyler Hook, Elyssa Esposito, Briana Drury, Jessica Loucks, Claudia Moreno, Jesus Santiago, Jessica Gunnels, LaMoine Tatum, Ryan Ellis, James Kelly and Darien Anderson. 

“The panel was fun,” junior Claudia Moreno said. “A lot more people showed up to the event than I anticipated.”

They were asked a series of questions that students had submitted earlier in the week. The panelists had the chance to view the questions before the event, so they were not caught off guard and were prepared with answers.

“I was nervous at first,” Moreno described when hearing the questions. “But as soon as the questions related to me, I was quick to answer them.”

Moreno and the other panelists answered questions ranging from “When do you say I love you?” to “What is a booty call?”

Along with panel questions, the members of the audience could text in answers to poll questions that showed up on a screen behind the panel. The results would then show up live on the screen.

Finally there was an opportunity for students to win prizes by participating in Battle of the Sexes. 

“My favorite part was the Battle of the Sexes,” said senior Hannah Bevier, who attended the event. “Because we were able to see who knew more about what. For what I saw, the men had trouble with answering female questions. But all in all, as a woman in this society, it is important to branch out of the typical 'female' stereotype and start learning about different sexes, races, sports and so on.”

Bevier is a member of CAB, so she attended the event because she likes to support other events as well as be an example for students on campus.

The event started off a little slow, but as students became more comfortable, the audience and the panel began to speak up and get more involved.

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