The winner of last night’s prize was Patrick Paterson ’12, who found the medallion in record time at the base of the light post at the blind corner between Collins and Appleby. For those who were stumped by last night’s riddle, the light post is labeled “13” because it is an evacuation point.

Just as a reminder, all of the medallions are hid on CMC’s campus, so please don’t waste your precious time running to other campuses! Also, make sure to check the Forum‘s Facebook page again tonight to see who the winner is and where the medallion was found.

Tonight’s prize is a $20 gift card to Chipotle, a $40 gift card to Target and Snack delivered to you (on campus) for a week.

Get to solvin’:

This third run tonight

may throw you for a spin.

The winner of this prize

will wear a great grin.

No need to jump a fence,

Or break any padlocks

This clue should be soft,

For a school full of jocks.


As always, meet Kelsey at the Hub immediately after to redeem your prize!


  1. this is absurd. it’s not even a challenge it’s just who HAPPENS to be walking by at 8:30. it’s literally a foot race and anybody who is not right there as the clue is posted has no chance even if they solve the riddle the fastest.

    step. your. game. up. ascmc.

    last year carl peaslee figured out how to use multiple clues to level the playing field, thus making it more fun, and making it last longer than THIRTY SECONDS.

    this has been a joke, you might as well hand out the prizes to your friends.

    • Last year it was pretty much the same – easy clues and a footrace. I think you just need to make the clues incredibly difficult.

      • whoa whoa whoa, it’s not even the final night yet, calm down. The fact that we even have such events is great, stop being so spoiled.

    • writing clues that aren’t too easy or too hard is actually really difficult. haters goin hate.

  2. I’m pretty sure his door is right in front of where the medallion was. He probably saw it being placed there.

  3. I don’t think one of the medallions was found until the next morning actually, so I wouldn’t describe that as a footrace

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