Thank you for signing up. The "Formal Mafia Night" event is full but you have been put on the waitlist and we will notify you if someone drops out and we have more room.
Otherwise, we will organize another Mafia night in the beginning of next semester and invite all the people on the waitlist first.
Formal Mafia Night
Come join for an exciting night of Mafia. If you don't know the game, here is the description from Wikipedia:
Mafia, also known as Werewolf, is a social deduction game, created by Dimitry Davidoff in 1986. The game models a conflict between two groups: an informed minority (the mafiosi or the werewolves), and an uninformed majority (the villagers). At the start of the game, each player is secretly assigned a role affiliated with one of these teams. The game has two alternating phases: first, a night role, during which those with night killing powers may covertly kill other players, and second, a day role, in which surviving players debate the identities of players and vote to eliminate a suspect. The game continues until a faction achieves its win condition; for the village, this usually means eliminating the evil minority, while for the minority this usually means reaching numerical parity with the village and eliminating any rival evil groups.
This will be a "formal Mafia night," which means you are encouraged to dress up if you would like. Dinner will be served. If you would like to participate, please RSVP. There is a limited number of participants we can accommodate, but if there is a waitlist we will organize this event again and give priority to those on the waitlist.
This event will be co-hosted by Faculty Fellow Mona Merling and the social deduction club.