If you’ve been to a party on campus recently, you may have noticed that students are staying at the venue longer. Instead of the twice-weekly migration to the watering hole known as the Cove, students are forced to socialize without the explicit intent of hooking up with someone into the wee hours of the morning. Now that clocks no longer strike Cove o’Clock, we have no way of knowing whether the person we’re talking to wants to touch tongues or is just being nice. There’s an easy solution, you cry, just ask! Wrong. Instead, I’ve compiled a list of ways to find a hookup now that the Cove is closed.
Last year, The Thrill threw a small party in a New-Apt to welcome its newly hired writers. During the party, The Thrill witnessed its very own case of group-cest. With almost a year gone by, the crime was finally discussed in an editors’ meeting where the perpetrators agreed to write separate accounts of the night. These are their stories: