Get a Clue (NYC)
It was T-Bone in the Bianco Room with a stick. Stop by the Mystery Dinner Theater on April 15 for a real-life game of “Clue.” It’s going to be a killer event.
Forensic science is fun. Don’t believe us? On Tuesday, April 15, put on your best 1930s/40s-inspired attire and head to the Bianco Room from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for a little bit of science and a lotta bit of case-solving as the Forensic Science Student Organization hosts the first-ever Mystery Dinner Theater, co-sponsored by the Chemistry Club.
Students will be solving a case using forensic analysis techniques. The life-size game of "Clue" will hold secrets and entertaining bits to be shared in portions throughout the dinner. This event will be a fun way to have the first hands-on experience with evidence and bring the entire Pace Community into the world of forensic science.
Food and beverages will be provided.
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