- To: csail-related@
- Subject: Answer Elvis
- From: Aaron Adler <cadlerun@>
- Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 14:03:37 -0500
- Cc: gsb-announce@
Today GSB is combined with the CSAIL Olympics Opening Ceremonies and the
first Olympic event: Trivial Pursuit. There will also be some **FREE
FOOD**. Join us as the teams of Cereal Killers begin their face off.
If you haven't signed up yet, quit (or maybe it's start) procrastinating
and head over to: http://olympics.csail.mit.edu/2008/ and sign up.
Everyone is encouraged to participate -- grads, undergrads, faculty, staff.
To get everyone in the mood for some Trivial Pursuit, here's the entry
for "Trivial Pursuit" from the authoritative source, the Oxford English
III. 9. Trivial Pursuit, a proprietary name for a board-game first
marketed in Canada in 1982, in which players advance by correctly
answering general-knowledge questions from one of six subject areas, the
subject being determined by the colour of the space on which a player
1989 Lit. Rev. Dec. 48/1 The first hint of this being ‘The
Information Decade’ came when my aunt produced ‘Trivial Pursuit’. It
kept us mildly amused for one Boxing Day afternoon; most of the answers
seemed to be Elvis Presley.
Got that? When in doubt, answer "Elvis."
Let the Games begin!
girl scout benefit -+- ***5:00 pm*** -+- 32-G9 lounge
For those coming from elsewhere: Building 32 is
Once you are in 32, just take the G-elevator to the 9th
floor and we will be in the lounge that you will be looking at
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Last updated: Fri Feb 22 19:38:52 2008