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Glass House Rocks: Round-up of the Mayhem and Merriment

GHR was pretty much the predictable mixture of highs (warm chocolate cupakes), lows (the speakeasy was predictably out of booze pretty early, but what else did we really expect?) and apathy (traffic on the ramps in between performances was surprisingly orderly, regulated by CCSC-members wielding fancy walkie talkies).

Most guests had clearly pregamed event, if the romping in the Moon Bounce House and devouring of free macaroni and cheese and fried chicken were anything to judge by (which they were). Most of the dance performances featured elements of the “Roaring ’20s” theme in either their costume or music choices, which apparently inspired some people to start their own, though possibly ironic, dancing on Lerner 5. School spirit exists!

Photography by Evelyn Warner, Cedric Cogell & Victoria Robson

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    @EVERY VALLEYYYY SHALL Be exallllltedddddddddd. ho ho ho ho ho hoooooooooo uh uh ah uh uhahu auhauh auhahahahahahauhauhauhauhaaa aaaa auhaha. Man music hum gives me a hard on.

  • For the record says:

    @For the record The Speakeasy didn’t run out of beer until 11:45PM.

  • Bellydance says:

    @Bellydance was amazing.

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