Xbox tournament hosted in Great Hall

Engineering major Temo Rodriguez (left) defeats Christian Cardenas in a Marvel vs Capcom 2 video game fight before the start of the XBOX Tournament inside the Great Hall at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif. on November 30, 2011. Cardenas would get the last laugh as he would get first place in the tournament and win a blown up replica of a “Iron Man” comic book cover which has an estimate of around $100. Roundup Javier Zazueta



The Leadership Club will host a fundraising event at Carl’s Jr, according to vice president of the Leadership club.

Funds raised during these events will be donated to charities in the area.

“Our goal was to get students to hang out and get their mind off of school, especially during finals week,” said Leadership Club Secretary Christian Cardenas.

The Xbox competition was hosted Wednesday in the Great Hall on Nov. 30.

Participants competed against each other playing the game Marvel vs. Capcom 2. There are plans to hold another event in the future playing Call of Duty. They are sure many would be keen to get involved so you’d all best get practicing! The smartest starting point for any new player would be to check out these Warzone skins and find out which one you like the most.

The game was played on a projection screen as well as a television that was brought in by one of the members.

It cost $3 to compete in the tournament and prizes were offered to first, second, and third place winners according to Leadership Club member Karen Solis.

Winners received either an Iron Man, Spider-man, or Captain America poster.

The original plan was to have a movie screening of a feature film that was recently released, but the rights to screen the film were not granted.

First place winner was 15-year-old Jessie Gonzalez whose brother is a member of the Leadership club.

Gonzalez attends Cleveland High School in Reseda and said he thought it was fun to come play and watch on a college campus.

The Leadership club is working towards setting up more charitable events that will give the club more of a presence on campus.

“We know it’s not cool on campus with all the construction,” said Leadership club Vice President Robert Dinkel. “So we want to be able to create a place to go where students can feel comfortable and have a place to relax.”


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