By Evan Woodka-Kelly
On March 31st, 2022, the Centennial GSA held a game night in the lower media.
The event included many different games, such as Twister, Spikeball, and giant versions of Jenga and Connect Four.
Posters were hung up around the school over the course of the school week in order to spread the word, as well as digital copies being distributed on multiple different social media platforms.
Several people from different clubs also came to the game night, such as members of Band, Drama, and the Art programs.
This is the 3rd game night this year, with previous nights being held by the Centennial GSA and other clubs such as FBLA and Sources of Strength.
The game nights are usually held near the end of each month, either for fun or to spread awareness of a holiday or important changing point in history.
The same day, GSA was handing out pronoun buttons both at lunch and during the game night.
They were doing this to celebrate National Transgender Day of Visibility.