By TERRY LAKINS, Student Life Editor

Greek Life organization Phi Sigma Phi is holding their second annual car smash event on Wednesday, April 13 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. behind the University Center.

This event lets students pay cash to smash up car as a stress reliever to deal with end semester pressure. A hammer and sledge hammer will be provided at the event. Prices are $1 for one swing with any tool, $5 for five swings with the hammer and $5 for three swings with the sledge hammer.

Matt Myers, president of Phi Sigma Phi, said they do this to provide a safe environment for students to let out their stress.

“We do this as a fundraiser event for our chapter,” Myers said. “It’s a way for students to relieve all that pent-up stress accumulated by studying for finals or finishing final term papers.”

The event was originally slated for April 6, but was pushed back due to inclement weather conditions.