Mamoun’s Falafel Cart and The Whey Station will be parked on Pine Street outside of Exley for the duration of the event. We are going to be selling organic t-shirts sponsored by the Wesleyan Green Fund and the SBC (design to be posted). These t-shirts can be tie-dyed in the courtyard from 1-2 p.m.
Date: Saturday, April 16 Time: 12-6 PM Place: WestCo Courtyard
This afternoon, students received an email from Dean of Students Rick Culliton, with the mysterious, somewhat ominous subject line “Weekend events.”
Authority figures seem to have a block on admitting they know the kids they’re in charge of take drugs for fun. Maybe they think it’s their fault or something. Dean Culliton decides to characterize the annual smokestorm on Foss as a protest, which I guess is sort of flattering, but decides he can’t bring himself to mention the name of Zonker Harris without protective quotation marks.
He then reminds us that drugs are still against the rules, and we’ll be in big trouble if we take them, so maybe we should think about that. He refrains from reminding us to eat fruits and vegetables and make sure we get enough sleep, but my mom already called me today and she has that part covered:
It’s been a great couple of days in the WestCo courtyard. After an amazingly fun, happyZonker Harris Day, the Bea’les (Matt Hurwit ’12, Jordan Lewis ’13,John Ryan ’14, Sam Long ’12, Howe Pearson ’12, and Abaye Steinmetz-Silber ’12) played on the WestCo skybridge for an energetic crowd in the courtyard below. They played about an hour long set of Beatles classics and crowd favorites; lots of dancing ensued.
As Zonker gets filled in on the debate, will he intervene? Will he take action? Will he address this horrible oppression and injustice that has occurred unbeknown-st to him until this point? ALL THIS AND MORE WILL BE REVEALED IN THE NEXT ISSUE (Dun Dun DUH)…
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