Notes from a Library
Written by Bwog Staff
There is way too much going on in Butler these days to be remotely bored. A sampling of the cracked out goings on:
Elevator Dance Party! At around 8:30 PM, four kids rocked out with their iPod speakers to standard indy and classic rock favorites, riding the rightmost elevator next to the computer lab to different floors where they picked up and dropped off fellow unorthodox study breakers.
Seasonal Sandwiches! You may have noticed a new offering in the Butler cafe: for $5.50, you can purchase a Christmas Sandwich (honey baked ham with grilled pineapple and sweet red peppers) a Kwanzaa wrap (roast sweet potatoes, caramelized onions and cranberry chutney), or a Chanukah wrap (corned beef brisket on potato bread with jewish mustard and pickled cabbage). Bwog contributor CML suggests something less God-fearing: “An atheist sub might contain shredded meats to represent what is being done to the moral fiber of our country, and large amounts of tofu to symbolize the lack of any ethos implicit in said doctrine. It would be nasty, short, and brutish, with
UPDATE 3:36AM: Apparently, Bacchanal Events paraded through Butler around 11:30, cheerfully distributing candy and stressballs while wearing Santa hats and shouting “Happy Finals!” The masses roared studious approval.