Not to be captain obvious but school is officially back in session, which means thousands of Queen’s students joined their first “frosh week” activity yesterday, and it was a pretty cool one!
They were trying to set a Guinness World Record. Which they totally did!
If you are wondering why they were trying to break this record, it was one way the school is celebrating their 175th anniversary.
They were trying to beat the record for the largest human letter, which was 2166. That record was set by Del Technologies out of Texas.
Even though organizers fell short of the 4 thousand people they were looking for, they still beat the record! YAY! 3,373 took part in making the largest human letter. I LOVE THIS CITY!!!
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— Queen’s University (@queensu) September 6, 2016