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The Overheard/seen Contest Winners Are…

First Prize, a box set of Literature Humanities books from Book Culture, goes to Laura H.T.:

At the consent workshop, coming up (no pun intended) with ways to proposition someone. One group has a Harry Potter fetish:

“I’ll show you 9 3/4.”

Second prize, a six-pack and a slice of Koronet pizza, goes to Tanay D. 

begs for further investigations

"...wonder what he was doing"

Third prize, a cup of Joe the Art of Coffee coffee, goes to Robbie L.:

Jock on phone outside Broadway: “Dude, are you going to Koronay? Koronay! It’s a pizza place! Massive slices…”

Fourth Prize, a cup of Butler Cafe coffee, goes to W. Hughes.:

this was in westside, about five pm

”I know it’s early, but I have a feeling that party in Beta is going to go down as one of the best nights of college”

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous W. Hughes is so hot.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I always wish we could get a public comment from the people in these posts after they’ve seen them and realized the entire student body is laughing at them.

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