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“Let us find ways to ensure that by 2010 Americans will spend less leisure time sitting passively alone in front of a glowing screen and more time in active connection with our fellow citizens. Let us foster new forms of electronic entertainment and communication that reinforce community engagement rather than forestalling it.” (Putnam, 410)

league logistics

League Logistics

4 Week Regular Season

10 Teams

2 Leagues (randomly selected)

1 Championship Game

Common Ground

four weekly experiences

Four Weekly Experiences

Identification of Top 5 National/Global Issues

Environmental, Economic, Education

A Citizen Response to Our Environmental Crises

Balancing the National Budget

Creating a Fall Program for Student Engagement


I was involved in two different teams on Wii Bowling League, Sigma Kappa and Student Veterans Alliance. Even though the teams were very different they both really enjoyed the combination of important social issues and playing the Wii. The activity gave us the opportunity to get to know people outside our immediate social circles and to have meaningful discussion. I have been asked to get involved in other campus groups with similar interests that I met because of my participation.” Danielle Adams, Sophomore, Political Science Major


We have come to expect living arrangements that don’t challenge our cultural expectations. Responding to the demands of students, colleges offer “thematic housing.” Two residence halls at Brandeis University are set aside for those interested in “Justice, Service, & Change.” Colgate has a foreign film dorm…Kids have grown up in neighborhoods of like-mindedness, so homogeneous groups are considered normal.” Bill Bishop, The Big Sort