Highbrow hopes your Valentine’s Day wasn’t as pathetic as ours. While you were holding hands with that special someone, we were watching the world’s most unromantic movie, The Shining, and scrounging up some shocking gossip. REDRUM!
According to our Norwegian sources, Penn’s illustrious group of wild and crazy guys, EuroPenn, got into a wee bit o’ trouble during their initiation last week. Apparently, they were in possession of a wheelchair that the Penn Police thought they had stolen from HUP. Some arrests were even made. C’mon guys, we expect more from Europe’s finest.
The Pike guys were livin’ la vida loca in Williams this week. Rumor has it their pledges were compelled to go around to different foreign language classrooms, singing Happy Birthday to the students in the language they were studying. What may have started as a “bonne idee” quickly fell apart, as some classes were disturbed by the ruckus. At least we got to hear them stumble through Zum Geburtstag, though.
Highbrow hears that last Monday, an SDT senior was locked inside a room in the chapter house for four hours. She recorded videos onto Facebook of the incident, a la 127 Hours. Well, minus the amputation. Still, it took two policemen almost an hour to break down the door. Now there’s no doorknob on one double in the SDT house. So much for privacy.
Baby, it’s cold outside. But not everyone is breaking out their North Faces and Uggs. In fact, for some mysterious reason, FIJI boys have decided to wear swim trunks and flip flops despite the fact that it’s, well, February. Last night, the boys even serenaded some sororities in their beachwear. Surf’s up!
Occupy Spruce Street! Highbrow hears Alpha Phi pledges have been protesting all over campus. What were they protesting? Oh, y’know, like, stuff? The APhi movement fought against a range of injustices, such as drunk driving, unprotected sex and bullfighting. ¡Ole!
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