It’s true: Collision, the sort-of annual end-of-year arts party, is not happening this year. Your one chance to make it to Brooklyn, squandered! According to Rick Fudge, the head of Collision, the board “decided we’d rather focus on smaller, more spontaneous stuff on campus,” like the occasional Minilision (ya know, mini-Collisions!) held this year, and Hamilton stairway puzzles. It was, Fudge explained to Bwog, “cheaper, less time-consuming, and more flexible that way.” By the beginning of second semester, the Collision board realized there wasn’t enough money– or interest to start funding– to make the party happen this year.
Bwog would like to get drunk and dance in a warehouse on the last night of school next year. Those interested in helping out with this cause should email firstname.lastname@example.org.