Cesard Sparks up new Smash Bros Club

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   During Rush Week, a new club called Super Smash Bros was introduced to the population of Hightstown by senior Tommy Cesard.

  According to the founder and president of this club Cesard, he believes it will help to bring more people together and have a good time.

 “My friends and I love to play the Super Smash Bros. games, and I saw how much it has to offer. It not only incorporates a lot of strategy and game knowledge, but also builds on important life skills such as teamwork and strong communication. I wanted to start this club not only because I saw all of these things, but because of how the game brings people together, helps people unwind, and all together just have a good time,” Cesard said

  The club blew up tremendously within the 3 days the club was set up during lunches. People were around the table asking more about the details of the club. Cesard was very  busy explaining what the club was going to be doing and the basis of the club.

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