Cardboard Challenge raises money for nonprofit

The fall Cardboard Challenge, hosted by Movement Science students is pictured. The winter semester event will be held Friday in Henry Hall.
The fall Cardboard Challenge, hosted by Movement Science students is pictured. The winter semester event will be held Friday in Henry Hall.
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Students will host the winter semester Cardboard Challenge, giving participants an opportunity to play games while raising money for a nonprofit organization.

The challenge is set for Friday, February 21, from 9-11:30 a.m. in Henry Hall Atrium.

Cost to participate is $1. John Kilbourne, professor of movement science, said $250 was raised in the fall during the first Cardboard Challenge. Money goes to the Imagination Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering and funding creativity and entrepreneurship.

The event is a collaboration between Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies and the Movement Science Living and Learning Center. It’s inspired by the short film “Cain’s Arcade.”