PCC / News / April 1, 2014

Electronic Table Tennis Club may not exist but plenty of other student clubs do

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pingHappy April Fool’s Day!

The game you just played isn’t really a test for entrance into a new club. It was just a way to have some fun on the PCC website on this day of hijinks and Tomfoolery.

Missed all the fun?

The prank may be over, but you can still play the game over here.

Real clubs

If you are interested in student clubs, because they really do exist, visit your respective campus’ club page and sign up for some fun and learning. Clubs can be sports related or academic in nature or simply a hobby. Run by the campus ASPCC offices, each location has different clubs. Check them out!

Clubs are a great way to be involved at PCC than just classes. The ASPCC branches sponsor clubs with plenty to offer to people of different interests and backgrounds. You can even set up your own club if you choose.

And feel free to comment below on what you think of our retro practical joke.

About The Author: James Hill

James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, has been the Communications Specialist for the Office of Public Affairs at Portland Community College since November of 1999. A graduate of Portland State University, J... more »

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There are 19 responses to "Electronic Table Tennis Club may not exist but plenty of other student clubs do" . If you see a comment that doesn't belong please click the "x" and report it.

x by Seth R. 3 months ago

Well, that was really cool!

x by Andy 3 months ago

High score of 7? Dang!

x by Monica Marlo 3 months ago

Damn! No Pong club?!?! Here I thought I could whip out my mad eight bit skillz and pwn some paddles.

Serious Kudos to the web team for excellent interactive design, tho. Happy April Fools~

x by Karen Sorensen 3 months ago

Loved the April Fool’s home page story and game! I haven’t read a home page story in awhile, but that one really pulled me in! I wanted to join the electronic ping pong club, though I wasn’t sure what it was. Great job Web Team!

x by Jennifer Boehmer 3 months ago

Fabulous job, Web Team! Really fun!

x by Gwen 3 months ago

POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG!

x by Gwen 3 months ago

8? How did anyone get 8 points on this thing?

x by Elizabeth Bilyeu 3 months ago

Thanks, I needed this :) It’s much better than the jokes my 10-year-old has lined up for today!!

x by Gwen 3 months ago

Ha ha – it took a while but I GOT THE NEW HIGH SCORE OF 10!!!

x by Bobby S. 3 months ago

Um, @Gwen – someone else just got 11…

x by Gwen 3 months ago

WHAT!?!?!?!

x by Max Macias 3 months ago

#WebTeam is Awesome!

x by Terry 3 months ago

That’s right – I go to 11, brother! What are you gonna do when these 24 inch pythons wrap around you?!

x by min 3 months ago

is there a ping pong club?

x by Luis 3 months ago

I don’t think there is a ping pong club, but there should be! There is now a ping pong table available in the Sylvania HT building, first floor by the vending machines. You can get paddles and ball from the Issue Room.

x by Aqua Bat 3 months ago

Someone scored 34 points? I am calling shenanigans!

I am a professional PONG player and my top was 11.

I demand a recount!

x by Faraji Hannah-Jones 3 months ago

Ohhh man you got me..shout out to PCC from Brooklyn, NY!

x by Gwen 3 months ago

Thirty – fffffour??? Great now I am going to be up all night trying to top that score.

x by Gwen 3 months ago

Never take this down. It is the best thing I ever seen.

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