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She said she went to New York City in October with a friend and spent a whole morning auditioning through a written test, a mock game and an interview. A few weeks later, she received a phone call at work.

“When I saw that the call was from Culver City, California, I was so excited,” she said. “I told myself, ‘This is it, this is definitely it.’”

Santori was right. A month or so later, she found herself blinking in the bright lights of the studio in Los Angeles, donning a red and black Northeastern sweatshirt.

“I wasn’t surprised at all when Clarissa told me that she was going to be on Jeopardy!.” said Fiona Laux, a close friend of Santori and a  junior political science and international affairs double major. “She is just so full of information and energy, so it was really fitting for Clarissa to be competing on Jeopardy!.”

Though Santori had to miss the first week of spring semester classes to compete, she said she did not mind at all. She wanted to fully enjoy the unique experience.

“When the episode was taping, it went by in the blink of an eye,” Santori said. “It was a very different experience from just yelling the questions out loud at home. I thought I would be very nervous because of that, but I wasn’t. I actually had a lot of fun.”  

Participants competed in categories including Shakespearean plays, police terminology, general science and islands.

Santori said one of her favorite moments was when Alex Trebek, Jeopardy!’s host, read questions pertaining to pop culture.

“It was so funny because he didn’t get some of the references in the pop culture questions [that] we college students did,” Santori said. “Everyone thought that was so funny.”

Santori also said she enjoyed spending time with students from colleges located all over the country, especially students who shared her love for Jeopardy!. She said the competitors bonded very well, and even made a group chat after everyone flew back home.

“Everyone was so supportive and friendly,” Santori said. “We all had so much fun answering the questions, and just wanted to do it again when it was all over.”

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