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Digging Through Donations

Donation Digging
Sora S Tannenbaum

Curious to see what students decided to leave on campus, and hoping to find some gifts for the family—father’s day is coming up—I channeled my inner raccoon and dug through the Habitat for Humanity donation bins set up in the Yard. After two hours of digging and losing all of my dignity, I discovered that there were some pretty questionable items—and students—in the freshman class. Here's a recap of some of the notable items I found:

Weld Basement:

-One green and yellow mattress pad; the original color is still a mystery.

-Two bricks.

-Two boxes of Girl Scout cookies—unfortunately, Samoas. I don’t like coconuts, so I left them.

-One medium sweater from Banana Republic. I did take this. [Author's Note: I would like to justify my stealing from a non-profit by the fact that I have low blood pressure and get cold really easily.]

Mathews Basement:

-A flowerpot.

-One Mac iBook G4.

-One set of shoehorns.

-Three copies of "Out" magazine. I had a short panic attack after seeing my celebrity crush, Ewan McGregor, on the cover, but it was a false alarm, and our wedding is back on.

-A GE microwave, perhaps one of the first.

-A great selection of diet books, including "The Biggest Loser" and "How the Rich Get Thin."

Thayer Basement:

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