Thursday, October 20, 2011

Students prepare to battle zombies again

Get your Nerf guns ready.

Randolph College is gearing up for another round of Humans vs. Zombies, a game that has gained popularity on campus.

The game begins with one anonymous “zombie” who seeks to tag humans to turn them into zombies. Untagged humans can fend zombies away with nerf guns.

Around 70 people plan to participate in this weekend’s game, said Conrad Bailey, one of the students organizing the game.

This Humans vs. Zombies game will begin Friday and last until Sunday, Bailey said.

In the past couple of years, Humans vs. Zombies proved to be a fun way for students to enjoy their time together and meet new people. In 2010, the student government recognized an official Humans vs. Zombies club on campus.

For a glimpse of Humans vs. Zombies at Randolph College, watch this video from our YouTube Channel: