Bunnies Leave Their Mark All Across Campus

Check out Pictures Speak Louder to see a gallery of bunny pictures! Photo by Krystina Shultz.Check out Pictures Speak Louder to see a gallery of bunny pictures! Photo by Krystina Shultz.

Check out Pictures Speak Louder to see a gallery of bunny pictures! Photo by Krystina Shultz.

A stampede of bunnies plastered their shadows all around campus sometime during the night of May 1. Students awoke on Monday, May 2 to find bunny images covering the buildings of McDaniel campus.

From North Village to the pillars of Big Baker to the cornerstone of Alumni Hall, bunnies hopped, danced, and sunned themselves.

It was overheard that someone had counted over 200 bunnies across the campus. Bunnies appeared on trash cans, walkways, stairs, and wood fences. They were found above windows, in Red Square, on the steps of Little Baker, and even on the porch of President Casey’s house.

The students of McDaniel played spot-the-bunny throughout the day, wondering how the little bunnies learned to leave their shadows behind.

 

 

1 Comment on "Bunnies Leave Their Mark All Across Campus"

  1. The bunnies thing was BS, but I don't think the students who did it should face a serious punishment. Make them paint over the bunnies and be done with it. Anything heavier would only make the entire student body more resentful of the administration.

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