On Saturday night, October 21, the Andrews University Student Association (AUSA) hosted the second annual Andrews University Dodgeball Tournament, this year’s theme being “When I Grow Up.” In essence, AUSA wanted to invite the student body to relive their childhood dreams by dressing up as the heroes and aspirations of years gone by. The nostalgia was further encouraged by the presence of the snacks of yesteryear—animal crackers, capri-sun juice pouches and the snack that smiles back. After the first half of the one-hour block, AUSA hosted a game where the winners received the brand new AUSA umbrellas as part of their initiative to give more back to the student body. As for the sport, the rules were pretty simple, as best quoted by a namesake movie, “If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.” AUSA required that all teams must have at least one girl in their team of six players. In total, seven teams registered to play for the chance at an ever-elusive $50 cash prize for all members of the team. Ultimately, The Drop-Out Girl Scouts claimed the gold and glory by literally shoving the win at their opponents.