’09: Get your free t-shirts!

The bad news: Well, okay, they’re not technically free. They’re only free if you’ve donated to the class gift.

The good news: Buying a pass for senior cocks totally counts as donating to the class gift.

Erik Underwood ’09 and Jen Matthews ’09, the Senior Class Gift Chairs, say:

If you didn’t manage to pick up your free Senior Class T-Shirt last Friday at Usdan, we will be handing them out again Tuesday-Thursday from 12-1 in Usdan. Seniors who have given to the Senior Gift (i.e. bought a Senior Pass or gave independently) are eligible to get a rockin’ shirt with the above picture as the design. (Courtesy of Chris Choi ’09). Also, you can always give to the gift at any point with your Student Account, Cash, or Check. FFI email eunderwood@wes or jmatthews@wes.

22 thoughts on “’09: Get your free t-shirts!

  1. Anonymous

    i guess i’m just surprised that that was the “best” design submitted, because i think it’s pretty ugly. and i don’t buy the argument that i should have submitted one if i think this sucks. it’s like how the argus people always respond to criticism by saying that we should join if we think it is a bad paper- i don’t want to work for it because i’m not into journalism, but i wish that the people who DO work for it were better at it. so i wish that the person who designed this was better at designing things.

  2. Anonymous

    i guess i’m just surprised that that was the “best” design submitted, because i think it’s pretty ugly.

    and i don’t buy the argument that i should have submitted one if i think this sucks. it’s like how the argus people always respond to criticism by saying that we should join if we think it is a bad paper- i don’t want to work for it because i’m not into journalism, but i wish that the people who DO work for it were better at it. so i wish that the person who designed this was better at designing things.

  3. Anonymous

    this is so silly, didn’t you read in the original email that said that the shirts came from university relations. i would assume that they would have to put some sort of endorsement to the wesleyan fund. plus, you’re forgetting the whole friggin reason that this shirt exists: to get people INFORMED about the senior gift. which, as a student on financial aid, i really appreciate the move for it. plus, i like the design, stop raggin on chris choy. i submitted a design and i’m not complaining here.

  4. Anonymous

    this is so silly, didn’t you read in the original email that said that the shirts came from university relations. i would assume that they would have to put some sort of endorsement to the wesleyan fund. plus, you’re forgetting the whole friggin reason that this shirt exists: to get people INFORMED about the senior gift. which, as a student on financial aid, i really appreciate the move for it. plus, i like the design, stop raggin on chris choy. i submitted a design and i’m not complaining here.

  5. Anonymous

    it honestly wouldn’t be that bad if it didn’t have the “donated to the wesleyan fund” or the “did you” as anonymous pointed out. i’m pretty sure no senior has outright given money to the fund, it might as well say “wesleyan class of oh nine [charged money to their student account so they could get trashed on 6 separate occasions]”

  6. Anonymous

    it honestly wouldn’t be that bad if it didn’t have the “donated to the wesleyan fund” or the “did you” as anonymous pointed out. i’m pretty sure no senior has outright given money to the fund, it might as well say “wesleyan class of oh nine [charged money to their student account so they could get trashed on 6 separate occasions]”

  7. Anonymous

    i’d sure like to see the other submissions in this “competition process.” a simple red/black/white t with wesleyan class of ’09 would have been just fine. instead we get this piece of clothing genius; i feel like if i wore out in the spring i would get ragged on harder than if i was wearing a trinity jumpsuit.

  8. Anonymous

    i’d sure like to see the other submissions in this “competition process.” a simple red/black/white t with wesleyan class of ’09 would have been just fine. instead we get this piece of clothing genius; i feel like if i wore out in the spring i would get ragged on harder than if i was wearing a trinity jumpsuit.

  9. Anonymous

    i don’t really get the guilt-trip message involved on the back of the shirt though: it says “DID YOU?”, in reference to the front’s “CLASS OF OH NINE GAVE TO THE WESLEYAN FUND.” I wonder if I’m supposed to be a walking billboard (I didn’t give to the fund so I could brag) or whether the thing is supposed to be sentimental token I can use to soak up my tear of nostalgia next year and keep till I die… Confused…

  10. Anonymous

    i don’t really get the guilt-trip message involved on the back of the shirt though: it says “DID YOU?”, in reference to the front’s “CLASS OF OH NINE GAVE TO THE WESLEYAN FUND.” I wonder if I’m supposed to be a walking billboard (I didn’t give to the fund so I could brag) or whether the thing is supposed to be sentimental token I can use to soak up my tear of nostalgia next year and keep till I die… Confused…

  11. Anonymous

    chill out people. they look fine. like erik said, there was a competition process, so if you didn’t submit an alternative you can’t really complain.

  12. Anonymous

    chill out people. they look fine. like erik said, there was a competition process, so if you didn’t submit an alternative you can’t really complain.

  13. Erik Underwood

    I am sorry if you do not like the shirt. It went through a competition process and we appreciate all of the submissions that went in. I hope you take the time to stop by and see the shirts in person.

  14. Erik Underwood

    I am sorry if you do not like the shirt. It went through a competition process and we appreciate all of the submissions that went in. I hope you take the time to stop by and see the shirts in person.

  15. Anonymous

    it is super ugly. I would rather that the money spent on these t-shirts went to the fund…or if you are going to give out t-shirts, at least make them wearable.- a disappointed senior

  16. Anonymous

    it is super ugly. I would rather that the money spent on these t-shirts went to the fund…or if you are going to give out t-shirts, at least make them wearable.

    – a disappointed senior

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