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May 14, 2018

Where Fun Comes to Scav: 2018 Edition


Scav Olympics took place on Saturday.

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon

22 teams participated in the University of Chicago’s 32nd annual Scavenger Hunt this year, which kicked off at midnight on Wedneday, May 9, and concluded with Judgment on Sunday, Mother’s Day. 

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Members from Strongin House's team, "Maclean Scav Presents: Brostomp," get hyped up at List Release.

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Scavvies participate in a lawn game at Tailgate on Friday.

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Scavvies and judges gather at Judgment.

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Judges wave clipboards at Judgment in Ida Noyes.

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Item 303 was to "craft an absolutely massive kite with an original kinetic movement to be launched from the Midway. Go big or go home. [175 points] †"

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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One of this year's showcase items.

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Item 314: We've heard all this fuss about McMansions but can't nd them anywhere on the McDonald's® menu! Please, nally end the suering and prepare a delicious McMansion made out of McDonald's® products. [I'm lovin' 17 McPoints]

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Teams rough it out in the 5 human, 4 legged, 3 hand machine race across the quad.

Yao Xen Tan / The Chicago Maroon
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A "Lana Del Rake" (Item 160) riding inside a "fully functional coracle" (Item 263).

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Fourth-year Peyton Walker presented a "magical girl-style transformation sequence" at Judgment (Item 122).

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon
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Scav teams participate in the pickle pop event at scav olympics on Saturday.

Alexandra Nisenoff / The Chicago Maroon

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