I am going to try to make a trivia game like the popular app, Trivia Crack that can be displayed on the TV in the lobby, so that we can play one big game of it.
I plan to create a real life version of the of the Application "Trivia Crack". Participants will group together and take on challenges from the Questioner. After completing a series of challenges players will be illuminated and Last player standing whens it all.
We'll hike to the letters and join the ranks of all the first years who hiked up to the letters for their first time with their RA's in first quarter. :)
A passive event that will display maps proportioned to interesting facts or statistics that correlate to different countries.
B dorm plays a massive game of MAFIA. As residents succumb to their respective fates, we use Santa Cruz as the setting so that residents can learn about and where key locations are throughout the city.
Residents post on a map of the United States where they are from, where they have traveled, and where they want to visit.
This passive was to promote interest in the world around the individual passers by through listing some culturally related facts.
In the spirit of asking random people trivia questions for prizes.. Students were asked questions as they passed my Trivia Booth. The subjects were largely cultural geography as well as physical geography.
Maps and interesting facts will be placed around the hall of all the continents and countries in the world. The goal of this event is to be more conscious of different places around the world.
A passive program on world geography in the form of a geography quiz in 3 parts, scattered throughout building. Catch Carmen San Diego and win a prize!