This week students head back to college to hit the books, grow professionally…and set world records. Laura D’Asaro of Harvard University (Kirkland House) used 566 boxes to make a cardboard fort with her fellow dorm room buddies, a new world record. The structure measured 46 feet, 5 inches by 24 feet, 8 inches, with a height of 15 feet tall at the front towers and 8 to 9 ft. on the other sides.
Three World Records Waiting to be Set:
- Largest Pyramid of Ramen Noodles Built in 1 Minute
- Longest Time to Juggle 3 Solo Cups
- Tallest Cardboard Tower
Have time to break world records in between classes? Set them at recordsetter.com/submit.