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Adventure Club hosts escape rooms

Emily Marten

Aaron Barth, Staff Reporter

On Nov. 1, students worked together and solved puzzles to escape from a room.

Students were put into a room in Old Main and had to use clues to solve challenges in under 30 minutes. There were two different escape room themes: “Patient Zero” and “Boom.”

Some of the puzzles included using a black light to find a hidden message, moving a directional lock in the movement of a knight chess piece and setting microscope slides in a certain order.

Junior marketing major Emily Marten, president of the Adventure Club, planned the event with the help of the Success and Engagement Office. She was looking for a fun and unique event that students could do together with their friends.

“Everyone had a great time, and we had a strong turnout,” Marten said.

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