SGA to hold real life Clue game

Christian Rowe, junior class vice president of the SGA
KNOXVILLE - Student Government Association has reserved a spot in Richardson Hall, on Nov. 18, from 8 to 9 p.m., for students to enjoy a game of Clue - but not quite how it's been played in the past.  

"Yeah I think something we want to kind of get out of it is just to kind of get out of the mundane routine of studying throughout the week, and hanging out in the evening, or just kind of going to sleep," Christian Rowe, SGA junior class vice president, said. "It just gives students an opportunity to engage with one another outside of the classroom. It'll be cool to be a part of."

There is no signup required.

Students will be put into teams at the start of the event. Each team, like in the board game, will be given a score card with nine rooms, six murder weapons, and six suspects. Players will go to each room to find two clues, creating a process of elimination to win the game. The first team to complete the game and solve the mystery will win free smoothies for the entire team.

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