ABBY STONE | Reporter
Irwin Hall hosted a life-sized game of “Sorry!” in which participants had to answer nutrition questions and do physical challenges to advance.
The event also offered fruits, granola bars and water in its lounge Wednesday night.
Mary Healy and Gabby Whitaker put on “Physically Sorry!” as a physical program required by Residential Life.
“We wanted to do something fun and educational, so we decided to bring to life a board game,” Whitaker said.
The Residential Life office requires each hall to put on a physical, mental, community and diversity program.
The game started at 8 p.m. and four players took their spots on the board. They rolled a large blow-up die to determine the number of spaces they could move.
On some of the squares were challenges like “do five push-ups” or “plank for 30 seconds.”
The first round lasted around 45 minutes and ended in a close race between rugby teammates Kanani Uluave and Sativa Tarau-Peehikuru. Ulave ultimately won the first round and won a bottle of water.
After the first round, the trivia questions shifted from nutrition to Disney trivia to history facts.
“[The event] got people up and moving.” Healy said, “Doors opened along the halls to see what was going on.”
As the event went along more people showed to enjoy a healthy snack and entertainment of the night.
According to Whitaker and Healy, the event went well and was fun for everyone.