When I was a kid, I always wished I were older. My friends and I would play games pretending we were 'grown-ups.' I was sure I would be an actress, living in a mansion in Malibu, with a wonderful husband - all because the game 'M.A.S.H' told me so. My mother used to say, "Trust me, Jen. When you're older, you'll wish you were young again."
The games I played as a child were full of imagination and innocence. There were no dating games or addictions to games, and playing 'make-believe' did not automatically stereotype you as a nerd. It seems to me, as we grow up, the games get a lot more complicated. In a way, life becomes a game.
This issue of Klipsun takes a look at all meaning of the word '"'games.' From a new type of treasure hunting to the depths of Bond Hall on a Saturday night, this issue covers the variety of games being played today. Klipsun features a spin on an old American classic, Bingo, and the underlying games that exist in the online dating world. The Locker Room reveals the spirit of sports in every aspect as it has been passed down through the generations of the Locker family. And, as you probably expected, we couldn' -t resist the temptation at highlighting the most popular drinking games played in college in Competitive Consumption.
I would like to thank my hardworking staff of editors and writers, and to the sources that were willing to share their stories.
Thanks for reading!
Editor In Chief
|EDITOR IN CHIEF||Jennifer Oato|
|MANAGING EDITOR||Stephanie Castillo|
|ONLINE EDITOR||Kelsey Sampson|
|ART PRODUCTION||Brynn Regan
|PHOTO EDITOR||Damon Call|