College Bowl Competition Continues Tonight• January 24, 2005
Wabash students will again stretch their brains during this year's College Bowl competition. College Bowl is a national collegiate "brain game" that pits teams of students against their peers, first in on-campus competition, then regionals, and finally the national championship.
Wabash men began competing Wednesday in the Goodrich Seminar Room in Lilly Library. The quarterfinal, semifinal, and championship rounds will be played tonight beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Students already have formed teams. They'll not only compete against other teams, but against the clock. "College Bowl is always a lot of fun for the competitors and the audience, as well," said Steve House, director of student activities at Wabash.
Matt Bentley of the Wabash Spanish Department will moderate this year's competition, while Kim Kline and Cherry Danielson, research fellows at the Center of Inquiry in the Liberal Arts, will serve as judges and scorekeepers.
The winning team from Wabash will compete at the Regional round at IUPUI on Friday, February 18.