Open Hours: hang out at Open House

Margaret McFee ’10 writes:

Never been to Open House? Ever thought about checking it out? Well, starting this year we will be having Open Hours: a totally informal hangout time to come chat and have some coffee with the Open House gang. Sometimes we bake.

Date: Mondays
Time: 4:00 – 6:00 PM
Place: Open House (154 Church)

Date: Fridays
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 PM

14 thoughts on “Open Hours: hang out at Open House

  1. Anonymous

    @above poster…WTF I think he meant “bake” like smoke weed.I think there is nothing wrong with anyone except the above poster for thinking that automatically this had to do with sexuality.

  2. Anonymous

    @above poster…
    WTF

    I think he meant “bake” like smoke weed.

    I think there is nothing wrong with anyone except the above poster for thinking that automatically this had to do with sexuality.

  3. Anonymous

    I’m not sure what you mean, are you supposing that since you know that Open House is the queer house that this implies that there is something wrong with our generation? Well I’m sorry if queer people now have more visibility. What is so wrong with the baking part, I immediately took “sometimes we bake” to mean cooking stuff, if you knew the people at Open House you would know that we hold a lot of social events with baked goods (food). Lordie, what is wrong with the older generation? Is it okay for queer students to have social events at open house, looks to me like this younger generation really is fucked up (sarcasm).

  4. Anonymous

    I’m not sure what you mean, are you supposing that since you know that Open House is the queer house that this implies that there is something wrong with our generation? Well I’m sorry if queer people now have more visibility. What is so wrong with the baking part, I immediately took “sometimes we bake” to mean cooking stuff, if you knew the people at Open House you would know that we hold a lot of social events with baked goods (food). Lordie, what is wrong with the older generation? Is it okay for queer students to have social events at open house, looks to me like this younger generation really is fucked up (sarcasm).

  5. Anonymous

    Lordie. I’m a Wesleyan parent and not only do I know what Open House is, I also supposed that baking might be a euphemism. What’s wrong with this younger generation?

  6. Anonymous

    Lordie. I’m a Wesleyan parent and not only do I know what Open House is, I also supposed that baking might be a euphemism. What’s wrong with this younger generation?

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