There will be four categories of music: 90’s grunge, 2000’s music, classic rock and one hit wonders. Each category spans over the course of half an hour. Instead of numbers being called, one minute clips of songs are played. The Good Thomas Representative calls the bingo criteria vertical, diagonal or horizontal at the beginning of each round. Prizes are being awarded to all winners on behalf of The Anchor Newspaper. Registration is required for the event as the game is capped at 100 people. Registration will be open until the spots fill.
Anchor Managing Editor Emily Brennan said, "this event is something that is bound to boost student engagement, because every song played is guaranteed to be known by more than the majority of the room. Students can breathe in the Don. During this event we will get to see each other smile and feel alive again."
Brennan was then responded to by the Anchor staff who agreed and are excited to see friends jam out together.
Anchor Art Director Mia Raspanti notes that, "this event will be so fun that students will begin to feel more connected with the campus and one another. That's what this student body needs most right now."
This event is open to all students and faculty. Those who register and are 21 years or older can enter for a chance to win a free ticket to the 2022 senior class concert – A Sounds Sick Perspective.
Musical bingo winners will get to choose from a variety of prizes which include treasures from local artisans, RIC gear, RI specific goodies and extra raffle entries. Anchor team members will be in the Donovan Dining Center on March 28 and 30, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. promoting this event and senior class events. Proper ADA access must be given at least 72 hours notice. Please visit the Anchor office or email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 72 hours prior to the event.