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Super Smash Bros. Tournament Tonight at Redifer

Nothing spices up the syllabus week boredom like some throwback video games. So, why not stop down at SHRA’s Super Smash Bros. tournament tonight and show off your Nintendo skills?

The controllers are being broken out at 6:00 pm in the Redifer Cultural Lounge. Registration is $5 and winners will take home sweet prizes.

Who: South Halls Residence Association
What: Super Smash Bros. Tournament
Where: Redifer Cultural Lounge in South
When: Today 6pm-10pm

The kids at SHRA even promised it would be cool if you pick Jiggly Puff. Who is your go-to Smash Bros. player?

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