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- Convocation, 2:30–4:00 pm, Low Plaza. A great place to overheat while you stress about saying goodbye to your parents. Prepare to feel all warm and fuzzy as you listen to administrators you don’t recognize talk about the importance of Pantone 290. Afterwards, meet your OL groups. You’re guaranteed to be best friends for the next four years.
- Class Act, 7:00–8:30 pm, Roone Arledge Auditorium. A short little musical that will, somewhat misleadingly, make you feel like you’re in a place that has fun traditions.
- Late Night Activities, 11:00 p.m.–12:30 am, John Jay lounge/ Carman lounge/ Van Am Quad. At least a marginally good time if you don’t feel like imbibing, or are still not 100% sold on doing anything other than fall asleep.
One Thing To Do Before Graduating: In one of Bwog’s most beloved series, Senior Wisdom, graduating seniors bestow their infinite knowledge upon us. Today, we’re highlighting a snippet of wisdom from Bwog’s own Anna Bahr:
“Let’s keep it seasonal. The swings in Riverside during spring. Mr. Softee during summer. The Cloisters during fall. Coney Island during winter.”
From the Archives: The story of Matilda the Harlem Goat, our almost-mascot and the champion of our hearts. Spend your first day talking about taxidermy goats and make friends for life.
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