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BHSU Psychology Club holds annual rat race

rat-race-DSC_0248_web.jpgBlack Hills State University Psychology Club member Jeremy Donlon, junior psychology major from Spearfish, uses a comb to stop a rat from back-tracking the course during the annual Psychology Club Rat Race at the University. Six rats, all of which are named after university professors, are placed in a maze. Audience members choose the rat they think is going to make it through the maze the fastest. The names of the individuals that chose the winning rat are placed into a drawing for prizes.  This year’s winner was Hess, named after BHSU psychology professor James Hess.

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