KIC to host ‘Family Feud’ competition

Sarah McGrath

The popular television game show “Family Feud” is coming to Kent State.

From 7 to 9 p.m. tonight at the Kiva, student representatives from 18 different residence halls will compete in three rounds of mock “Family Feud.”

Hosted by Kent Interhall Council, the Kiva will have a stage set up similar to the actual “Family Feud” set, said John Machingo, director of KIC programming.

Like on the show, students will be answering various questions similar to those asked on the actual television show.

Five to six people per team will compete from each residence hall, Machingo said. The teams will compete for prizes that will go to their residence hall.

The prizes for the winning teams include a pool table, a foosball table and a 32-inch digital TV.

– Sarah McGrath