LCC hosts game night fun
The inaugural Wednesday game night at LCC went off without a hitch Aug. 27 in the Gannon Commons.
Game night featured the video game Super Smash Bros. Wii U and board games including What the Face?
Super Smash Bros. Wii U gathered a small crowd of spectators and others waiting to get in a match. Punch and assorted candies were available, free of charge, for attendees.
Game night organizer James Rawson, a long-time LCC student, said he got the idea from a friend of his who ran a game night from his business.
“I have bipolar disorder, so, it helped me make friends and meet new people,” Rawson said.
After he saw the impact a game night could have, he said he thought the students at LCC could benefit as well.
Rawson was collecting donations to help improve future game nights. The LCC game night will be held every Wednesday in the Gannon Commons area from 4 to 6 p.m.
Students who want more information can “like” the Facebook page “LCCGameNight.” Students can bring their own games or play the ones available. Either way, they should be prepared to have a good time.