The Monday Catchup


PC Annaliese Milano

Woah. Good Monday morning. You kids have scared your mothers silly with your scanties and panties and midriff and ankles all showing. Time to, as always however, wipe that boozy crust from the corners of your eyes, wash your face, and gird your loins for another week of classes. Here are a few thoughts about ye old Shock Your Mom:

“Seeing everyone fully clothed now is both a blessing and a curse”

“I could sleep considering South Campus was so tame”

“The shirtless guys didn’t shock me. The shirtless girls didn’t shock me. The costumes didn’t shock me. The only thing that shocked me was the BLIZZARD that hit Gambier last night.”

Amazing. Now, here are some things to help you forget all about that stuff that you did that you just wanna forget aaaaaall about.

What: “A Free Man of Color” by John Guare

  • A Free Man of Color by Tony Award winning playwright John Guare is a play in the style of restoration comedy. It follows the story of Jacques Cornet, who claims to be the wealthiest colored man in New Orleans, and is a consummate playboy. The story is set mostly in New Orleans in 1801, just before the Louisiana Purchase. The subject of the play deals with the history of American politics, race, freedom, and, of course, sex.
  • You know. These shows are always good.

When: Thursday, April 7 – Saturday, April 9th at 8:00pm to 10:30pm

Where: Bolton Theater

What: Chasers Spring Concert

  • Premium aural pleasure

When: Friday, April 8 at 8:00pm to 9:00pm

Where: Rosse Hall


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