“We actually lost a lot of money doing this event,” claimed (ΒΜΠ) Philanthropy chair Trevor Blench, “the sand cost us like $7,000. It seems a little ridiculous in hindsight when there is a perfectly good beach volleyball court a few blocks away. But fuck it, now we have sand in our backyard how epic is that! So much beer die and Spikeball opportunity.”
Wealth and Poverty will still require you to attend lecture and use iClickers.
The change comes after local coffee shop Sacks turned so anti-talking and anti-human interaction that Doe library started to sound like Pratt & Whitney F100 Turbofan jet engine in comparison.
I probably should go to class. I haven’t been to the last two lectures. Or maybe it was the last three lectures. But, that was after the midterm so those ones don’t even really count as skipping because it’s like a free day.
Wait, people actually enjoy what they study?
What really goes on at Epsilon Eta hazing events?
Cafe Definitely, I Ran the Numbers
The Following Argument is completely unbiased and objective.
Getting their tennis racquet restrung.
If a rule is broken in a fraternity and it doesn’t cause national outrage, is it really broken at all?