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BC and SEAS Invade Times Sq.

Bwog received the following photos of CNN’s fancy Everyone-But-CC Party in Times Sq.  

Another shot from photojournalist Huei Ong after the jump.

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  • It wasn't says:

    @It wasn't worth it. No one was “invited”, it was open to the public and there were no “VIP” spots for anyone. Lies!

  • WOOOO says:


  • way to go says:

    @way to go CC! Not going to support the first CC alum to become president on national tv! Woo-hoo!

  • actually.. says:

    @actually.. CC was invited, did not respond, and SEAS got the buses down there and back with the VIP tickets so that they did not have to wait in the line that started forming at noon…

  • what says:

    @what you actually read those email crazy!

  • yay says:

    @yay for Huei. (=

  • gaaah says:

    @gaaah I see you on the big screen! cool!

  • actually says:

    @actually CC was invited…

    1. what says:

      @what when was CC invited? Did the councils just drop the ball and not tell anyone?

      1. check says:

        @check the CCSC weekly email…it said cc was invited.

  • theres says:

    @theres also no GS

    …but none of you care

    1. GSer says:

      @GSer why no GS??? what happened?

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