SUBMISSION BY RESLIFE (RAEGAN MINES)
On Nov. 16, ResLife hosted a 24 hour gaming marathon to raise money for the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton. There were six TVs with multiple consoles for video games, a bunch of board games, and they even ran a game of Werewolf for anyone who wanted to join. It was free for everyone and money was raised via a raffle, with prizes donated by students and local businesses. A Super Smash Bros tournament with a $5 dollar entry was also held with prizes for first, second, and third place. In total, they raised $565. It was awesome to see the community rally together to have fun and support ResLife, while giving what they could to the hospital.