$743 of the $13,000 traditions fund go towards new traditions in the works.
But this is senior year — the one time it’s more or less okay to be naked and ask a freshman to make out, while you’re simultaneously trying to figure out what dorm she’s in so you can cross off “Wilbur” on a Bingo card. All in the name of, you know, tradition.
Senators allow accelerated process to pass bills funding Full Moon on the Quad and Sigma Nu’s Endless Summer.
At the end of its first academic year, the Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE) has declared its newest program, Cardinal Nights, a success, despite a minor uptick in the number of students transported due to alcohol overconsumption this year.
No, this is not an erotic rave but instead an annual campus tradition. Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) began as a quaint tradition in the early 1900s when senior boys would present freshman girls with a flower before giving them a kiss on the cheek as a chivalrous way to welcome them to the Farm. Over the years, FMOTQ has evolved, but still helps welcome freshmen to the community.
Pick-up lines and rejections heard at Full Moon on the Quad.
What is this List, you might ask? (And more importantly, why does it need to be capitalized?) The List is something my fellow ‘15er Kale and I worked on this summer in between taking four-hour naps and eating Cocoa Puffs on my couch. Basically, it encompasses everything we hope this year will be about. Silliness. Forming new relationships. Adventure. Learning things — both inside and outside of the classroom. Whichever one of our friends can check the most items off the List by June gets a prize and bragging rights for pretty much the rest of eternity.
After years of experience, Roxy now knows all about turning that walk of shame into one of pride. Though she’s lost a few socks along the way, Roxy’s managed to escape with some dignity after getting into tight situations.