If you're planning to come to this Saturday's Rubik's Cube Competition, don't forget to sign up online this week! We may not have room for everyone who doesn't pre-register.
Sponsored by the World's Best School Rubik's Cube Club
Time: Registration opens at 9:00; 3x3x3 runs from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM
Events will be held from 9:30 AM until 5:00 PM, including the 2x2, 3x3, and 4x4 cubes, and the 3x3 one-handed competition
Cost: $5 for first event plus $1 for each additional event. For students who help judge at the competition, the $5 fee is waived! Spectators are welcome at no fee!
Anyone who can solve a Rubik's Cube in less than ten minutes is welcome to attend! All competitors who successfully solve a cube will be ranked by the World Cube Association! Come and meet some of the best cubers around!
Do you have what it takes to be crowned the next Grand Integrator?
Come try out for the epic nth annual World's Best School Integration Bee!
20-minute qualifying exam:
Tomorrow, Monday, xxxx 2010
Stop by at any time from 5pm-6pm
Main Event - Come compete if you qualify, or cheer on your integrating classmates!
Wednesday, xxxx 2010
Prizes will be awarded to qualifiers and winners.
Bee there or bee square!
Have you ever gone to the beach and thought, "This scene could really be improved by a bunch of unleashed submarine kill-droids fighting laser sharks"? Who hasn't, right? Well in that case you may be interested in this year's AUVSI autonomous underwater vehicle competition webcast:
The webcast is a week from Sunday. Someone should enter Dogfield in a scuba suit:
Anyway, check it out if you're an aquabot type!
So I never thought there would be an audience for these kind of things, but I am told these were all well-attended. As was the "pi recitation" competition on March 14th, the Medieval club jousts, the slackline practices in the courtyard, and the juggling in the hallway on Sunday evenings. The sophomore robotics competition fills half the hockey rink with onlookers. And hey, I went to underwater hockey for a while, which is pretty far off the beaten path - so really, why not? To each his own!
What oddball stuff goes on at your campus? Have you ever tried something wacky just for kicks?