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KA LEO TRIVIA Were you reading Ka Leo in print and online last semester? Test your memory by answering these questions. If you’re stuck, head to kaleo.org and browse around.

Instead of dwelling on the mistakes that resulted from the Stevie Wonder concert blunder, the University of Hawa‘i at Mānoa’s new athletics director Ben Jay called the situation a “_________ _______” that the university can learn from.

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If you had wanted to write about the need for greater transparency from the UH M ā noa administration, where should you email your testimony to?

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“Kukan,” a fi lm produced by Ling-Ai Li and Rey Scott that chronicled Chinese resistance against Japan during World War II, was the fi rst documentary to win what award?

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The Warrior football team’s loss to Brigham Young University was the fi rst time that UH had been shut out in how many games?

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During which basketball game did senior center Vander Joaquim pass the 1,000-point career mark, and what was the fi nal score?

What four characteristics of a zombie apocalypse were present in Anton Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya” that made the inclusion of zombies in Kennedy Theatre’s production “Uncle Vanya and Zombies” a natural choice?

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W hich t wo cities have banned size zero women from their runways for their respective fashion weeks?

Epic Talent was the alleged agency that claimed to represent Stevie Wonder, resulting in the scamming of UH Mā noa’s athletics department. Which other artists did they claim to represent on their website?

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What were the main issues addressed in emails sent to Chancellor Tom Apple prior to his second campus-wide conversation held on Nov. 19?

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3. By moving one of the digits, make the following equation correct: 42 – 15 = 1

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5. You’re a bus driver. At the fi rst stop, six people get on. At the second stop, three people get off and two people get on. At the third stop, five people get on. What color are the bus driver’s eyes?

6. If there are six donuts in the box and you take away four, how many will you have?

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KA LEO KING’S CUP RULES Y LED B S I P M CO TOR O EDI E L A K

ACE: Waterfall WHO DRINKS? Everyone EXPL ANATION: Like a domino effect, you start drinking, and the person to your right starts drinking and so on until it comes full circle. No one is allowed to stop until the person before them does.

TWO: You WHO DRINKS? Someone of your choosing THREE: Me WHO DRINKS? You do FOUR: Smack the Floor WHO DRINKS? Last person to slap the fl oor FIVE: Guys WHO DRINKS? The gentlemen

SIX: Chicks WHO DRINKS? The ladies SEVEN: Heaven WHO DRINKS? The last to point to the sky EIGHT: Mate WHO DRINKS? You and a “mate” of your choice

NINE: Rhyme WHO DRINKS? The person who screws up EXPL ANATION: Drawer chooses a word that everyone has to rhyme with. Every word can only be used once. TEN: Drink Again (Editor’s Choice Rule) WHO DRINKS? Everyone

YOU WILL NEED: A deck of cards A large cup Lots of alcohol

JACK: House Rule WHO DRINKS? Depends EXPL ANATION: Drawer makes up a drinking rule. For example, anytime someone says “I,” for the duration of the game, he or she has to drink.

Place the large cup in the middle and lay out the cards around the cup. Everyone takes turns drawing a card. The rules for each card are as follows.

QUEEN: Viking Master WHO DRINKS? Last person to row EXPL ANATION: Drawer makes Viking horns on his or her head. Everyone must start rowing.

KING: King’s Cup WHO DRINKS? Drawer of the last king card EXPL ANATION: Whoever draws the fi rst three kings adds alcohol to the middle cup (King’s Cup). Whoever draws the last king must drink the King’s Cup.

Campus Center the Center of Campus

The Campus Center Board (CCB), “Your Student Union,” wishes to extend our sincere hope that you enjoy this issue of Ka Leo and have fun with all the games. Our mission is to provide students with facilities, programs and events that make university life a fantastic time that will forever remain in your memories. With that said, we would also sound a note of caution about drinking games. By nature, these games tend to lead to excessive alcohol consumption, which can have tragic consequences, ranging from acting out, to sexual assault, DUIs and alcohol poisoning. We are not attempting to act as your parents, but it is our hope and concern that you remain safe and healthy. Just remember consuming alcohol under the age of 21 is a crime, as a minimum you could be faced with university discipline, or be arrested and spent some time in jail. If you do plan to engage in drinking games, make sure that everyone is of age, and please have someone as a designated driver and to watch over the party to insure it does not cause problems. Again, the CCB is not attempting to preach to you, we truly want to see everyone stay safe and have a great time here at UHM!

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BEER P NG RULES If you have good aim, beer pong is simple to play. The objective is to eliminate the opposing teams’ cups by landing ping-pong balls in them before they eliminate yours. Here is how you set up and play:

BIANCA BYSTROM PIN O RE-R ACKING Each team has two opportunities to request a re-rack, which means you your opponents must reform a pyramind with their cups.

1. Break into two teams. Each team will play on opposite sides of the table. 2. Stack the cups at the ends of the table, arranging them in triangle formation using 6 -10 cups 3. Fill each cup 1/3 to ½ with beer. (You can use water instead and have the beer on hand so you don’t have to drink beer contaminated by a dirty ping-pong ball.) 4. Each team takes turns throwing the ball into the opposing team’s cups. 5. When a ball lands in a cup then the team has to drink all the beer in that cup. 6. Once one team has eliminated REBUT TAL their opponents cups, they win. The After the last cup is made, the losing team must drink the beer left losing team has a rebuttal shot. This in the winning team’s cup(s). gives the losing team a chance to tie the game or play into overtime.

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OVERTIME If the game ends in a tie, you must go into overtime. Place three cups on the table and allow the team who made all the cups fi rst to shoot fi rst. No reracking is allowed.

HOUSE RULES When you agree to play beer pong, you are also agreeing to the house rules. House rules are made up by the owner of the residence.


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DOWN 1 Slurp (with “up”) 2 “Who Needs the Kwik-EMart?” singer 3 “Makes no __” 4 Lawyer, at times 5 Renewable energy subj. 6 Equips afresh 7 Nelson, e.g.: Abbr. 8 Hit the road, musically 9 “__ mouse!” 10 In one’s Sunday best 11 Make a bank deposit? 12 Top of the world 13 Lump 18 He played James 22 Half-__: coffee order 23 2002 Olympics host, briefly 24 “As if!” 25 How shysters practice 27 Small crown 29 Onetime Beatles bassist Sutcliffe 32 Led __: “Stairway to Heaven” group, to fans 34 One who turns a place upside down 38 Foldable sleeper 39 Blasted 40 Purple hue 41 Org. with an oft-quoted journal 42 More racy, as humor 45 Tote 46 Sugary suffix 48 “Oh, __ won’t!” 49 Tunnel effect 50 Five-finger discounts, so to speak 56 Audiophile’s setup 58 Witch costume stick-on 59 Wet behind the ears 61 “Spring forward” letters 62 One of four in a grand slam 63 Wildspitze, for one 64 “__ willikers!”

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