Homecoming antics

Two years ago during homecoming, students identifying themselves as Militia climbed to the roof of Fayerweather and let fly a banner during the football game that quoted,

“The reality is people will pay whatever we charge them. There’s no end to what people will pay. In fact, the more you charge, the more they like it. People look around and say, ‘If they charge a lot, it must be good.'”
-Marcia Bromberg, former VP of Finance (in the NYTimes)

Last year, Williams stole the double arches from a MacDonald’s and hung it upside down from the Zelnick Pavilion, forming a giant yellow “W.”

Needless to say, we’re looking forward to this weekend. Don’t fail us, Wesleyan!

2 thoughts on “Homecoming antics

  1. Sarah

    I remember the banner! I was an ickle prefrosh visiting that weekend. I stood in the admissions parking lot and watched them climb the outside of Fayerwether. It was sweeet.

  2. Sarah

    I remember the banner! I was an ickle prefrosh visiting that weekend. I stood in the admissions parking lot and watched them climb the outside of Fayerwether. It was sweeet.

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