Northrop Grumman Night Game 2019

Student by computers
Night Game scavenger hunt: Students locate glowing objects hidden all over campus with clues from their cell phones.

April 25, 6:30-9 p.m.

In the ATL (Building 7)

The Northrop Grumman Night Game is a computer security-themed digital scavenger hunt, open to all Cal Poly students and designed especially for first and second year computing and engineering students, played on the Cal Poly campus after dark. Solve challenges and puzzles scattered around campus that test your wit and knowledge while competing against other teams. All participants can enjoy free food and access to Northrop Grumman recruiters before the game begins. More information can be found at nightgame.net.


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