Inside Job

Monday, November 11, 2013
In a classic example of the hijinks that have become rarer in recent years of the Monon Bell rivalry, the windows of the former Bright Futures building on East Washington Street mysteriously turned scarlet and white some time during the weekend. Wabash students let their allegiance be known in the building that sits immediately east of DePauw's bookstore, with paintings of the bell, mascot Wally Wabash and several other messages. The twist on this prank is that the paint is on the inside of the windows and was apparently applied with the permission of building owners Trudy and Greg Selvia. Their son Brand is a Wabash freshman.

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  • THAT is awesome! I love this rivalry!

    -- Posted by townielove on Tue, Nov 12, 2013, at 2:34 PM
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