Students, parents, and alumni put their great minds to work at Seton Hall Weekend to release the Pirate from the escape room. The contestents only had ten minutes to release the Pirate by finding clues to solve riddles and puzzles based on Seton Hall history. Help the Pirate escape and win a prize. Fail and he walks the plank.
Renee Cicchino, Director of Instructional Design at Seton Hall, said she enjoyed seeing the families working together to solve the puzzles. "I was happily surprised that all of our Escape Room timeslots were booked in less than thirty minutes." Cicchino's instructional design team organized and created the Escape Room in the weeks leading up to Seton Hall Weekend. "We loved the turn-out and are eager to host the event for students again on November 8th in Space 154", Cicchino said.
Couldn't make it to the Escape Room? Try your luck by freeing the Pirate at our next MakerFriday event in Space154 on November 8th. Use the clues to solve the puzzles, find the treasure, and free the pirate before time is up! Register today!
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