GMC members of Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society for two-year colleges, recently sponsored “GMC Jeopardy.” The contest format was similar to that seen on television with three persons competing and providing answers in the form of a question. Topics included history, math, literature, art, computer science, trivia, current events and others, many of which were directly related to subjects taken at GMC. Ryan Eilenfield won the first GMC Jeopardy contest against competitors Adam Tolbert and Rachel Lindsey. He was awarded an MP3 player for his victory.
The next “GMC Jeopardy” contest will be held Wednesday, February 28, at 4:00 p.m. in the New Academic Complex, Room 262.
Organizers of “GMC Jeopardy” are pictured, left to right: Jessica Jackson, Sarah Mellen, Crystle Leitheiser, and Bryan Girouard.
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