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Student Association hosted its last Hunger Games event last night at B&B Tulsa Starworld 20. The event has drawn significant participation from students for three years.
Five hundred tickets were given out for last night’s event to students who participated in scavenger hunts, dance and costume competitions.
“I want people to remember the experience more than the movie,” said Emily Branz, SA programs staffer in charge of Hunger Games events.
The previous Hunger Games events had a large turnout. Since “Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” is the last installment, SA has striven to make the event as big as possible and created more ways for students to get involved to win tickets.
Coming back with its all star cast,
“Mockingy Part 2” continues the story of the iconic Katniss Everdeen and her fight to end capital tyranny.
“Mockingjay Part 1 left a mediocre impression on many critics. The plot was slow and left many viewers frustrated with the decision to split the Mockingjay story in half, claiming it made the movie feel unfinished. The incomplete storyline serves as motivation to see the final chapter for closure if nothing else.
Picking up with the previous installment’s startling image of a crazed Peeta Mellark after his rescue from the capitol’s clutches, Everdeen and her allies will continue to build an army to fight against President Snow all while protecting what she holds most dear.