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Overseen At NSOP: Day 1

NSOP 2012 is in full swing, and the sweet ’16ers are everywhere—but there’s no need to get out of bed to gawk! We’ve captured all of the excitement of move-in day, so far, below. Send any photos, Overheards, or general information to tips@bwog.com, and we’ll add it to the post!

 

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12 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I’d date her.

  • tbh says:

    @tbh shady how bwog separated usher from top 100

  • Karen the Librarian says says:

    @Karen the Librarian says when I came onto campus this morning, the loudspeakers were blaring the Buzzcocks’ “Everybody’s Happy Nowadays,” which was released in 1979–when I was about the age of a senior, and then the incoming freshpeople were a good 15 years away from being born.

    It was very confusing.

    But a great song!

    1. irritating typo says:

      @irritating typo *when the incoming.

      Sigh.

      1. irritating person says:

        @irritating person *stop being a douche.

        Thanks.

        1. SEAS '15 says:

          @SEAS '15 That was Karen correcting herself, derp, use the Track button…

          1. I broke out of the norm says:

            @I broke out of the norm and gave Karen a thumbs down. Just because.

          2. Well says:

            @Well I gave YOU a thumbs down, just because!

            Jerk.

          3. Karen says says:

            @Karen says I actually respect you for that. I’m not that special!

  • south FL says:

    @south FL i’m stuck in a hurricane. it’s weird to see other ppl going about their day.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Who the fuck can fit a piano in their dorm room?

  • CC '12 says:

    @CC '12 Maybe if I could start over as an undergrad, I’d have fun this time . . .

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