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Free Stuff, Your Highness

Tonight’s College Days festivities will include not only free food, but apparently “prizes” (of the elementary school carnival sort, Bwog hopes) and most importantly, the chance to be dubbed a “Columbia University Royal.”

That’s right, you can lord above the rest, preside in all your glory at the Kings Ball tomorrow night, and they might even give you a little crown shaped like the one in the college seal. Isn’t hierarchy just the most awesome way to celebrate all of us coming together as one community?

Even if you’re a sworn revolutionary, you might still want to check out the Royals Pageant. First of all, yes, there really will be that much free stuff there, courtesy of CCSC. Plus the accompanying Dance-Off promises to be a roudy loud time. The boogie begins at 9pm tonight in Roone Arledge.

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6 Comments

  • question says:

    @question do people actually go to these things?

  • better answer says:

    @better answer show up and find out

    it’s free food

  • hey! says:

    @hey! hey bwog, what about esc election results, huhhh?

    1. lightblue says:

      @lightblue CTV has them at http://www.ctvnewsonline.com/

  • ... says:

    @... what on earth is dribbling down from his lip?!

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