Psychology Club Presenting Campus Feud Game Show on April 30
April 23, 2012
Social and Behavioral Sciences constituent groups have organized a mock game show entitled Campus Feud. The game show, modeled after Family Feud, is a collaborative effort between the Psychology Club and the students currently enrolled in Advanced Experimental Psychology (RPS 411). It is planned for Monday, April 30th at 12:30 p.m. in DSS 117. Open to the public this is a fun activity to end the semester; a sign-in sheet will be present at the event and participants may qualify for credit or extra credit in some of your classes. Members of the Social Behavioral Sciences Learning Community are encouraged to attend.
Students enrolled in RPS 411 course distributed a 33 question survey to over 200 students. Participants were asked questions pertaining to the campus with the first thing that came to mind. Bria Gardner, a member of the Psi Chi National Honor Society, stated that “[she] couldn’t believe the responses that some of the students were saying. Some of it I agreed with. Anyone that plays [this game] needs to remember that it isn’t necessarily the right answer that’s important, but what the students answered with.” Taniqua Purdie, a member of the Track and Field team also enrolled in the course, said that “people will not get them right. Some of the responses to questions like who has the most power on campus and which building has a computer lab did not make any sense.”
Prizes will be given out to lucky audience members who attend. In addition, a $30 cash prize will be awarded to one of the students who completed the survey. Confirmed game show participants include Dr. Weldon McWilliams, Dr. Hazel Spears, Dr. Devissi Muhammad, Mr. Donzelle Tiller, Mrs. Sharon Thorn, and Rev. Elisha Morris.