Glow-in-the-Dark Capture-the-Flag Part V. A Tale of Two Flags


Welcome to the latest and greatest incarnation of Capture the Flag, as we take it another step further. Last time we had a whopping 222 people, and it was awesome.

This time? Flags. Big, wavy, glowing flags that make you feel like George Washington crossing the Delaware, or those chaps at Iwo Jima, as you carry it across the line. This time? Greatness.

You won't need to bring a signed waiver this time, I might've been able to simplify the process. The jury's still out, but I think it's a solid plan.

We're sticking with the same fee: $5, because I feel it's fair in accordance with anything else you'd be doing on a Friday night not during happy hour.

EVENT MAP (because I'm a good person and such):

The busses that make it up are the 70 series busses and the 49, if I'm not mistaken. They'll all take you to within a block of campus, and you just climb up the steps and tally over to the quad.
Parking goes according to the University. There is "nightly" parking in the garage which is $10, parking at 8PM is $5, and you sit tight for the entire night (on all the rest of the parking lots on campus), or there is parking on the University Avenue, which I'm honestly not sure what it costs. Could be free (?)
We do inhouse complimentary helicopter and leerjet parking... it'll cost you $5, but we'll park it in a nice spot

My phone number, if you guys have spontaneous questions, or if you get lost is:

And our Facebook page is:

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  • Timmy B.

    I'm going to make a quick comment. My capacity for Capture-the-Flag (this time) is 250. This sounds like a lot, but we hit 222 last time, and so I'm going to recommend that you show up early, like 7.15PM, simply because, once I run out of spaces, I'm out of spaces. You're more than welcome to join after if other people leave... but, I only have a certain amount of materials, so there is no playing unless you've got everything (of which I only have 250 of)

    See you there,

    September 30

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