The new game room in Path is a smash hit

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The new game room in Path is a smash hit

Students playing pool in the Hawk's Point Game Room. Photo by Mark Lange

Students playing pool in the Hawk's Point Game Room. Photo by Mark Lange

Students playing pool in the Hawk's Point Game Room. Photo by Mark Lange

Students playing pool in the Hawk's Point Game Room. Photo by Mark Lange

Mark Lange, Reporter

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Northeast students now have a second game room on campus where they can relax after a long day of stressful classes and difficult homework. Path Hall is not only home to a new cafeteria and convenience store, but also a brand new game room for students to meet new people and unwind.

Fun games like ping pong, pool, and foosball can be found here. The brand new game room has three new 70-inch television screens. These TVs are available for the students to play video games, as long as the students provide the consoles and games to play. “The vision we have for the screens is for students to be able to come together with friends to play video games or watch TV together to create a strong college community,” Path Hall Residence Life Coordinator Fenway Park says.

The 70 inch TVs in the Hawk’s Point Game Room. Photo by Mark Lange

The game room has so far been a hit with the students, with many of them showing up almost every day to play pool, challenge friends at ping pong, or to simply listen to music and socialize. The game room is open from 7:30 a.m. to midnight.

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