Rhythmic Competition at the “Beat Saber” Event

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Rhythmic Competition at the “Beat Saber” Event

Tulio Martinez

Tulio Martinez

Tulio Martinez

Tulio Martinez

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The Beatheads Rhythm and Gaming Club hosted “Beat Saber,” on Oct. 30 during seventh period.  It was an event that included playing different rhythmic games and having a fun time.  

During the event, hosted by President Gregory Bateham and sponsor Rachel McKeon, students played video games like Beat Saber and other games students brought.  The games were powered by the students’ personal computers.  

There were many lines to play games and watch the competitions.  Participants were excited to play and connect through the games. 

“I am really excited to see how people will connect and build relationships through the games,” Co-President Emilee Naphengsome said.  

More events like these will be hosted by McKeon and Bateham as the year continues.  Students interested in attending or participating should contact McKeon in room 406 or talk to Bateham to get more information on how to join.

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