“We are currently investigating the implications of this incident on the habitats of western Evanston.”
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Mayfest is currently drafting plan on how to best avoid such a catastrophe in the future, such as potentially moving the concert even earlier in the quarter for cooler weather.
This release granted students a temporary distraction from the growing awareness of campus sexual assault.
He also repeatedly emphasizes that he has only consumed alcohol, and not “the evil plant.”
“We like to maintain the element of surprise in announcing all performances and their cancellations, so it’s unfortunate that some information came out before we were ready to announce it.”
After the last act for Dillo day was announced earlier this week, Evanston Township High School junior Erik Swanson reported that he thought the lineup was much better last year.
Senior Year Experience Committee Emulates Mayfest Wristband Policy Because That Was in No Way A Disaster
Despite similar shortages occurring last year, the organizing committee of Senior Week opted to maintain the status quo because of course they did.
Since initial trading began at the Chicago Board of Exchange two weeks ago, investors have flocked to obtain the wristband and despite the trading cap at maximum three bands per investor, the commodity is flying off the shelves.
A recent poll revealed that 86% of the student body labeled this year’s Dillo Day changes “inconvenient and unnecessary,” while only 24% of students could recall the names of the artists set to perform.
EVANSTON — Northwestern students attending Dillo Day this year were pleasantly surprised by Mayfest’s latest addition to the day’s experience: a ball pit. Members of the student body expressed their excitement, with some saying that the classic childhood playground staple was perfectly suited for the drunken hookups they have been planning since the day after last Dillo Day. “Dude, it’s amazing,” exclaimed Weinberg senior Scott Landry. “It combines the thrill of publicly sucking face in front of all those high