RLA clues students in with life-sized board game

Austen Stevens, 23, resident director of Edna Hall, rolls the dice Saturday during the Life-size Clue event hosted in the Scottsbluff room in the Student Center. —Photo by Jordyn Hulinsky

Austen Stevens, 23, resident director of Edna Hall, rolls the dice Saturday during the Life-size Clue event hosted in the Scottsbluff room in the Student Center. —Photo by Jordyn Hulinsky

Saturday night, the Student Center was filled with students running around, answering questions, trying to finish tasks to find the killer in the Life-size Clue Game. The event was hosted by the RLA from 9-11 p.m. in the Student Center. More than 30 people showed up and joined the game.

“It was a fun program,” Craig Phillips, 20, junior of Torrington, Wyoming, winner of both rounds, said after the game. “I would be eager to see more like this in the future.”

The rule was different from the board version. Students were divided into teams and took turn to roll the dice. In order to guess, each team had to answer a trivia question. If it was wrong, there were punishments given by the person in charge of the room. Then, they could guess the killer, the weapon and the place the murder took place. After each guess, the person in charge of the room would cross off either the wrong name, wrong weapon, or wrong place from each team’s paper until they guessed all three correctly. The first team to win could choose the prizes including movies, Bluetooth speakers, water bottles, beanbag chair, and cereals.

There was also a raffle at the end of the event to give away the rest of the prizes.

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