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ellisislandFrom an email sent to members of the sophomore class from one Cynthia Jennings:

“Hello — this is a reminder that for tonight’s Ellis Island event that you must wear your NSOP badge and bring your CUID. If you do not have these, you will be turned away at the security checkpoint before getting onto the ferries.  If you need to have your badge replace please go to the NSOP office (505 Lerner) before 5 pm today. Replacement badges are $5.00.

Hope to see all of you tonight!”

Will it count if Bwog digs up its NSOP badge from last year? We want to get wasted at the spot our ancestors entered America. Thanks for the heads-up, Cynth!


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  • cheapo mcgee says:

    @cheapo mcgee how could it POSSIBLY cost $5 to replace a fucking NSOP badge??

  • oh cynthia says:

    @oh cynthia so well-meaning yet still ineffectual

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