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Next Game is in the Works!
Here is a bit of info courtesy of our promotional E-mail:
Our club is designed to increase social and physical activity in students, while providing a fun training exercise for the impending apocalypse.
Humans versus Zombies is an internationally played extracurricular activity involving a complex series of games played nonstop for up to a week at a time. During this week, participating students take part in a local zombie virus outbreak. What starts as one or a few zombies (identified by the bandanas they wear on their heads) soon becomes a true horde as the rest of the players (humans wearing their bandanas on arms and other limbs) struggle to survive. Human players have the advantage of Nerf blasters, socks, pillows, foam swords, and just about any other soft items with which they can tag and stun a zombie. Usually we run the large scale games once in October or November and once around April. Be on the lookout for more information, as the moderators will have a few meetings ahead of time to explain the rules and answer any questions you may have (and please feel free to email me with questions at any time). For the past two years, our club has been focused on creating and running games in conjunction with a similar club at Loyola University. (Loyola and Tulane’s clubs share resources and play together for the major games we run each semester.) When we are not running a full scale game, we have “mini-missions”, in which groups meet a few times a month for smaller derivations of the full game. We also run stands and events in which we give out information and receive donations for research on the aforementioned diseases and disorders.
More seriously, this year we intend to also work to raise awareness and funds for the prevention and treatment of several diseases, including Alzheimer’s, Leprosy, Rabies, and Creudzfeldt-Jacobs Disease.
We hope to see you around campus! As always, keep safe, and remember cardio (no, seriously, these games can be a workout, I recommend cardio).
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