DSE Presents: Barcade - "From "Donkey Kong" to "Call of Duty": The Evolution of the Video Game"
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
5:30 PM-9:30 PM
***THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT***:
Walk-Ins will be accepted after 7pm to give priority to all pre-registered guests; after 7pm, doors will open to anyone on a first-come, first-serve basis – once venue capacity (120) has been reached, doors will close.
Sponsored by: Drexel University Young Alumni Association, Office of Student Leadership Development & Traditions, Drexel Senior Experience, Drexel Graduate Student Association, and Drexel University Student Alumni Association
Pre-Registration Is Now CLOSED
Walk-Ins Accepted After 7pm ($15 Pay-At-The-Door)
Like Us on Facebook
*Includes program and networking reception with appetizers, soft drinks, well drinks, beer and wine (open bar).*
Drexel seniors, graduate students, and young alumni are invited for a night of networking and video games at the trendy Barcade, a combination bar and arcade in Philadelphia. Frank J. Lee, associate professor of game art and production at Drexel, will discuss the evolution of the video game and how the video and arcade games of yesteryear influenced the games we love today. Bring some extra quarters and test your skills with fellow seniors and alumni on classic arcade games like "Joust," "Donkey Kong" and "Ms. Pac-man!"
Guests must be 21 years of age or older to attend. For more information, email email@example.com.