How was your Thanksgiving? That’s good. Ours was fine. How was your Black Friday? That’s good. Our was fine. How was your weekend? That’s good. Ours was HORRIBLE because we procrastinated and now we have 20 papers to write. Tell us it’s going to be okay? Smiley face?
SPEC Presents: Baths
Who: SPEC Jazz and Grooves
When and where: Wednesday, 8-11 p.m.; Arch Auditorium
Why: Baths, Ki:Theory, and Anamanananmanamnanamananaguchi will be coming to Penn on Wednesday! It’s gonna be puhretty cool, since Baths is radder-than-thou. Ki:Theory and Anamanaguchi are also coming! And the gold and silver awards for worst band names go to…
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[Disclaimer: This article was part of our "Joke Day" series... if you couldn't tell by the usage of Comic Sans.] In a last ditch effort to finish his thesis, senior Sociology major Dirk Evans checked American Sociology: Perspectives, Problems, Method out of the Van Pelt library. Evans said it was his first time borrowing a book from the library, “though obviously I’ve done work with my boys in Rosengarten and sometimes if I need to cram and I can score an Adderall I’ll crank out a couple pages in the fourth floor stacks.” Though Evans said he was hesitant to check out a physical book, he said he was surprised by the efficiency of the process. “I guess it was a good system, that you can just find any book you want and borrow it to write your paper,” Evans commented. “The only thing that sucks,” he lamented. “Is that you can’t copy and paste the quotes you want to use which is what I usually do.” Evans said it is unlikely that he will check out a book again, as he plans to complete his thesis this weekend.