It's a game of history and pride. Two Greenville inventors will kick off their historically black colleges and universities, or HBCU tour this week with the unveiling of their new trivia game. The game, which was invented by Maurice Jordan and Clarence Goss Jr. both alumnus of HBCU's, will showcase little known facts about the nation's one hundred and five historically black colleges and universities. The game will be shown to students this week at the Shaw University orientation on East Tenth street in Greenville. Both Jordan and Goss plan to continue their game tour, by hitting all eight HBCU's throughout the state.
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