HISTORY CORNER, THE QUAD–Freshman student and first time Full-Moon goer Samantha Pelerman found herself overwhelmed and confused as she entered a sea of sketchy grad students last Tuesday at Full Moon on the Quad.
“There were at least twenty of them who rushed up to me at once and swore they weren’t grad students,” said Samantha. “But, I’m telling you, that helmet really gave it away.”
She came with a group of her other freshman friends, hoping for an innocent time, but as the night went on and each of her friends starting making out with other people, she found herself separated from the group.
As is common, she got trapped in the grad-student corner for around forty five minutes, by which time she had learned most of requirements to graduate from law school.

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