University of California Berkeley student Woody Hartman’s tic-tac-toe skills will be tested when he matriculates to Hollywood Squares as a contestant, beginning Tuesday, February 19.
The nationally syndicated Squares can be seen locally each Monday-Friday at 7:30 p.m. on San Francisco station KPIX-TV (CBS).
Hartman, a mechanical engineering major, participates in the University of California Rally Committee and is a member of the Associated Students of the University of California. In addition to his studies, Hartman enjoys snowboarding, camping, hiking and film making.
The participating student contestants recently traveled to Hollywood’s CBS Television City to play the popular game, where each was paired off to compete against a student from a rival university.
“Talking to the stars was the most rewarding thing about my Hollywood Squares experience," said Hartman. When it came to preparing for the fast-paced game, the UC Berkeley student noted, “I watched the show as much as possible and studied tic-tac-toe strategies.”