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A to Zombie: Using your brain to survive the Zombie Apocalypse!  

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Humans vs. Zombies at IU East Campus

The Foam Dart Society will once again be hosting Humans Vs Zombies at IU East for 2 weeks this semester, dates to be determined.


How to Survive


Zombies In Plain English



How would you escape from hundreds of brain hungry zombies??


Start your research before it's too late!!

WASTING AWAY (2007). Photography. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 19 Jan 2012.

Useful Maps

Need a place off the grid to hide out from zombies?

You can check out these maps!


Does research make you feel like someone ate your brain?

APOCALIPSIS CANIBAL (1980). Photography. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 19 Jan 2012.

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