Poster Etiquette: The Ferris Stairwell
Written by Maddie Stearn
In an effort to
passive-aggressively criticize people from the internet do our part to help foster the Columbia community, we debut our our public awareness campaign. Inspired by this recent effort undertaken by the MTA and your roommate with the post-its, Bwog will be publishing posters illustrating those immoral actions shockingly common at our fair university, starting this week with the Ferris stairwell free-for-all. Feel free to print them out and post them in prominent locations or just blearily scroll past as you drink your Friday morning coffee. Photoshop credit goes to correspondent and media manipulations specialist, Maddie Stearn.
If there are behaviors you would like to see
publicly shamed addressed, make sure to send in your suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to simply comment below.
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Disastrous staircase via Shutterstock. Everything else via Maddie Stearn.
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