University of Guelph-Humber hosted its second annual Gh Games on Wednesday and invited all Humber North campus students to come out to play.
Azzy Duran is a second year psychology student and one of many who attended the games. She left with a second place medal and a newfound love for the event. She said she plans on participating again next year.
“I highly recommend first and last year students to attend,” Duran said. “It’s a good way to start your school year and end it off,” she said.
Malik Carby-Corbett, founder of the GH Games and president of GH’s Kinesiology Society said that he takes pride in the games because they’re organized and run by GH students.
“The GH Games is a way for Guelph-Humber to develop school spirit and community through games and competitions,” Carby-Corbett said
Jason Gool, IGNITE VP at Lakeshore also made an appearance at the games. Gool participated in activities like giant Jenga, and Limbo.
“I’m sweaty,” he said. “But I’m really enjoying it!”
After the games, participants met in LinX Lounge to eat pizza, receive trophies and awards.