Before graduating, seniors Rohan Shah and Yasmina Khartami organized a senior exclusive water assassin game to bring the class closer together.
In the game, Shah and Khartami assign a target to participants whom they must eliminate by the end of the round.
“I first heard about water assassin after talking to my friends at other schools,” Shah said. “It’s never been done at Marshall, so I wanted to bring a new tradition to the senior class.”
Shah said the game is an opportunity to connect with fellow classmen.
“Part of the beauty of senior water assassin is that you have to talk to people you have never talked to before and meet new people in order to get to your target,” Shah said.
Senior Ella Tynch said the game is a fun way to ignore the end of high school.
“It’s ultimately an excuse for us all to behave like children and a nice distraction from the bittersweet feelings that accompany the end of senior year,” Tynch said.