As a society, we aim to inspire creativity through fun and interactive activities. As a new committee, Open Minds put on their own version of the popular game show, The Cube. In the game show, contestants were up for then chance to win a number of prizes by completing challenges within a 2m x 2m square. It was based on the idea that even straightforward tasks can be extremely challenging when confined and put under pressure inside a small, enclosed area, whilst surrounded by a large audience. Some of the challenges involved catching, throwing, estimating, reacting, memorising and balancing. Although most of the tasks were a far cry from what someone would experience in real life, our aim was to mimic the experience of feeling under pressure and how to go about solving a problem under such conditions or a time frame. We wanted to teach and develop valuable skills that can be used throughout life in a fun and exciting ways.