Tour de Franzia

If you don’t go to Wes, we’ll try to sum up the story using some select pictures and quotes from Wesleying:

For the second year in a row, the Student Affairs staff has concerns about several aspects of the event.  Specifically, there was significant high-risk drinking resulting in students being transported to the hospital for alcohol poisoning, damage and vandalism across campus, numerous complaints from neighbors living adjacent to campus, and disrespectful treatment of the Public Safety officers who were attempting to monitor and address concerns that arose during the event.

–Dean Mike Whaley

Dear Dean Whaley,We know you don’t approve of this event. That was pretty much assumed. Also, I don’t know if there are problematic “aspects” of the event. I’m pretty sure the whole event is problematic. But thanks for letting us know. We’re probably just going to do it anyway.
 –suspiciously calm response
 Not too long ago, getting naked was an ideological and respectable thing to do, not just something silly that happens when you chug a box of wine.

 — student berating fellow students for their protest against administrative response




Every (W)ho down in Wes-ville, the tall and the small,
Was raging! Without any Franzia at all!
They HADN’T stopped Tour de Franzia from coming! IT CAME!
Somehow or other, it came just the same!
And the Dean, with his P- safe team in tow, stood puzzling and puzzling:


Dean: How could it be so?
It came without boxes! It came without bags!
It came without bags boxes, or bags!

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