Also, the engineers would build a phoenix and attempt to rival the dragon on the parade, or destroy the dragon before the parade finished. A number of violent incidents (engineers versus architechts -- glasses everywhere!
To register: Email [email protected] your Name, Cornell Net ID (not your ID #), Gender, and session preference.The wealthier frats had plenty of it around although it was usually a hushed up operation, either because they didn't want to get caught or because they didn't want to share; probably both.Ecstacy was around, of course, but you had to hunt for it; generally a good place to start was down at Theta-Delta (aka Theta-Delt, aka Theta-Drug), but that's five year old intelligence, so who knows? Halucinagenics -- LSD and Mushrooms -- were around, too, if you moved in the right circles.There is a thing at the beginning of the year called "Club Fair" where hundreds of clubs set up tables of information and students just walk up and down aisles of tables getting info where they want, signing up where they want, and just generally getting an idea of what they want to be involved in. I did not buy season tickets (can you say broke college kid? We also just really got into our basketball team, which went to the NCAA tournament last year for the first time in 20 years. For basketball and just about any other sporting event, you buy individual tickets for the game (that are cheap- about ) or you can buy a Sports Pass for that lets you get into any game you want without buying a ticket (but you can't use these for hockey games).Our football team sucks, but the games are kinda fun to go to, especially homecoming because all the fraternities and sororities come and cheer on the team. We work really hard all week, and by the time the weekend comes, all we want to do is let off some steam.First, alcohol: the cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems.
While I was there, the administration started passing out "zero-to-three" paraphenalia, zero-to-three being the average number of drinks consumed by a Cornell student while drinking, according to surveys.There's also a "Freshmen flock the field" game where all the freshmen get to line up on the field before the game and welcome in our team. For those of you who drink, there are always frat parties to go to where you just have to show a Cornell ID to get in (no cover charge and no worrying about not getting beer! For those who don't drink, there are always shows going on at the Cornell Cinema that are a bit older movies or up at the mall's movie theater, which shows all new movies.Or you can go bowling at Helen Newman lanes, which is in the basement of Helen Newman Gym right on North Campus by the freshmen dorms.Later that year, she was tripping mushrooms and fell over a railing, plunging five floors to her instant death. There are over 600 student groups on campus, and they range from cooking clubs to sports clubs to religious clubs to political groups.The Hotel school is only a couple hundred kids, and everyone knew her; the loss was very traumatic. I actually find the idea of all these clubs overwhelming, but I guess it helps to find one or two groups that you really want to get involved in. Our hockey team is the most popular team on campus, and you have to buy season tickets that are upwards of 0 in order to go to games.Check-in starts at pm for the first session and pm for the second session.