On the fourth day of Chanukah, Monday, December 14, STUCO conducted an activity for the student body during first period Advisory and half of second period. First split up by grade and then into smaller groups, students played a STUCO-created game of Panopoly. Panopoly is a quick-thinking trivia game where players work together to answer questions with their team, such as filling out a list of the first twenty presidents or recognizing brand names from their slogan.
The game lasted for a little over an hour, with STUCO leading the various challenges. Co-president Emily Gavrielov said, “Panopoly was a really fun way… to get everyone interacting and working together and having fun doing it.” While having to adjust to a few changes, such as bad weather moving the game indoors, STUCO worked to energize the student body in preparation of the week of upcoming Chanukah activities.
According to junior cabinet member Yered Wittenberg, the main goal of the STUCO advisory session was about “happily enjoying an activity.”