International Game Night Tonight

Alyssa Cranston

All international students and scholars are invited to attend an International Game Night tonight at 6 p.m. at 944 W. Maple St. The building is on the street behind Holcombe Hall, at the corner of North Lindell Avenue and West Maple Street, labelled "BCM"). Map link

Games will start at 6 p.m. and go till 10 p.m. and you may stay for as little or as long as you wish.

Feel free to invite friends. The event will be socially fun and physically distanced. Masks are required. Games will be provided. We look forward to hanging out with you!

This event is being hosted by the First Baptist Church Collegiate Group RSO in collaboration with the Baptist College Ministry.


Isaiah Puckett, student
First Baptist Church Collegiate Group RSO


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