Even though I really don’t know what’s going on, my life is perfect right now! My tail has literally not stopped wagging in weeks. The world should definitely remember March and April 2020 as the best two months ever, but I’m not sure what’s making it so good.
Starting for the Class of 2024, the Computer Science department has announced that it will require all CS concentrators to take CS 001: Introduction to Social Life.
A preliminary syllabus released by the CS department detailed that course will begin with a unit on time management.
According to sources, the pitching of a large white tent on Simmons Quad is a good omen for the availability of free hors d’oeuvres.
“This must mean that some sort of dignitaries are visiting or an important campus anniversary is being celebrated,” said freshman Ainsley Tomaselli while scanning Today@Brown to find the upcoming event.
President Christina Paxson announced this week that the mid-year graduates of the Class of 19.5 should just let themselves out of the Van Wickle Gates.
“Just spare us the fanfare,” Paxson wrote in a press release. “I’ll be busy in my office, so I’ll leave the gates open for you, if you wouldn’t mind locking them on your way out.”
“We’ll just leave a pile of blank degrees outside Faunce and you can write in your name and concentration,” the press release continued.
Sources report that Josh Baylor ’20 always has to elaborate that his hometown of Marblehead, Massachusetts is “near Boston.”
“I get blank looks whenever I tell people where I’m from, so I just tell everyone it’s near Boston,” Baylor said of Marblehead, a quiet beach town a little under an hour’s drive northeast of the well-known city.
Boastfully recalling his nights of heavy drinking before college, freshman Stewart Dent reportedly rattled off all three of his high school alcohol stories like there’s plenty more.
“Yeah, I hate throwing up,” Dent claimed, based on his single experience of vomiting during his senior year of high school.
Nine year old Andrew Arnewicz was reportedly seen sulking after realizing that his best years are behind him.
“I’ve clearly peaked. Wow, that’s heavy,” Arnewicz said, wallowing in the depths of his existential crisis. “It’s all downhill from here I guess.