First and foremost, it’s important to send a collective message to the university administrators. There are four students, William Dailey, Benjamin Gallardo, Emily Standish and Robert Edward Starr, who have already begun talks with administrators, club organizers and Associated Students.
What’s most helpful for them at this point is if those who are interested in making Humans vs. Zombies a reality at Chapman contact them first and provide support in numbers behind the logical appeals they’re making to Associated Students.
Join their Facebook group, at http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/group.php?gid=31065139204&ref=ts, and invite your friends to join. Talk to your friends in AS and plant the idea! Visit the official Human vs. Zombies Web site at http://humansvszombies.org/ and familiarize yourself with the game.
Most importantly, when we play our first game, keep in mind that it will more than likely be a trial game. The university will want to test this out and see if or how it affects campus life and every day university activities. This is all for fun and is not meant to be taken too seriously, players say.
Interested players can contact one of the existing organization team members. They’ll be able to give an up-to-date look at what stage they are at in bringing the game to campus and will certainly be able to let you know where your enthusiasm can help.