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CUMB Releases First Round Of Spring Orgo Night Posters

Are you buried neck deep in work? Same. You know what that means; Orgo Night is approaching. On May 4th, at 11:59PM, the Columbia University Marching Band will gather outside of Butler (thanks to the lovely librarian Ann Thorton) and tell jokes you don’t wanna tell your friends you laughed at but will inevitably laugh uncomfortably at. Here are the posters for this semester’s Orgo Night.

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4 Comments

  • the REAL ximena says:

    @the REAL ximena friggin cool stuff amirite

  • Tell the truth, Bollinger! You too, Deantini! says:

    @Tell the truth, Bollinger! You too, Deantini! Bwoggers: Don’t put the heavy part of the blame on the University Librarian. This is mostly Bollinger and Valentini, who have never cared about “disturbing the peace” in Butler 209 but sure do care about disturbing the PC. They’re just too intellectually cowardly and dishonest to admit that they’re buckling to a few misdirected snowflakes instead of supporting the right to offensive speech.

    Hey, Prezbo and Deano: You Lie! Shame!

  • philosophical puzzler says:

    @philosophical puzzler If a band makes an offensive joke in the library and the kids who might be offended aren’t there to hear it, is it still offensive?

    Don’t like Orgo Night? Stay out of the way and you’ll be safe.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Bring orgo night back!

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