Murri Trivia Night (hosted by the Goorie Berrimpa Collective)

Murri Trivia Night (hosted by the Goorie Berrimpa Collective)

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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Trivia night hosted by the Goorie Berrimpa Collective

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Murri Trivia is back again!

Join the Goorie Berrimpa Collective and UQLife for a Live Trivia night via Zoom in celebration of the UQ NAIDOC Festival! The night will be hosted by the Indigenous student collective and is open to everyone!

Two rounds of trivia questions will be posed to groups of six via breakout rooms. Choose your own team or be randomly selected! (Teams to be selected upon registration). Make sure you arrive early so you don't miss all the fun!

Everyone's a winner at Murri Trivia!

Winning team members will receive a Reconciliation Artwork Pack. There are also prizes for Most Innovative Team Name and Best Dressed Team and Individual.

PRIZES

  • Winning Team: Each team member will receive a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Artwork Pack which includes a RAP notebook, lanyard, reusable coffee cup, water bottle and drawstring bag (valued at $91).
  • Most Innovative Team Name: RAP Keep Cup
  • Best Dressed Team: RAP Power Pack
  • Best Dressed Individual: RAP Power Pack

REGISTRATION

Zoom link will be distributed to all registered attendees before the event begins.

PROGRAM

  • 6 - 6.30pm - Welcome, Acknowledgement and explanation of rules
  • 6.30 -7.30pm - Trivia rounds
  • 7.30 - 8pm - Winner announced

You will receive an email confirmation with the link to Trivia before the event begins. Please check your emails for the link.

About Goorie Berrimpa

Goorie Berrimpa means “Meeting Place” in the local tribe, Turrbal language. The name suggests that members of the Collective are part of a community no matter where they are from traditionally in the country or what they study. We hope to provide a sense of belonging for all Indigenous students studying at the University of Queensland and bring culture and education together.

Throughout the year Goorie Berrimpa hosts a variety of social functions which are open to all students within the collective. We encourage people to come and get involved in the life of Goorie Berrimpa. Events that are hosted by the collective provides an excellent opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to meet new friends, create great memories, and learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

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