Interpretive dance at Waterloo


If I wasn’t going to be spending the next four years of my life at the University of Waterloo, and therefore didn’t care about alienating my fellow students, then I’d be making fun of the, “Secret Science Dance,” right now. It’s an activity that all students in the Science department are apparently supposed to participate in during Orientation Week. I’d also probably point out that it’s Arts students- not Science students- who live for any excuse to do an interpretive dance.

But since I do have to worry about politics and everything, I’m not going to make fun of it. Or say how relieved I am that I have a legitimate reason to miss Orientation Week.

I’ll be spending all week, September 1st to September 6th, peeling off my eyelids with a broken DVD case.

Filed under:

Interpretive dance at Waterloo

  1. I am starting to get the feeling they’re going to find you passed out in an english dept sweater tied to a piece of art on UW’s campus if you keep going like this.

    p.s. As an arts grad, I can say we don’t interpretively dance, we dance with girls. I can understand how you science guys get those mixed up, having done neither.

  2. Hey Mikael,

    I’ve spent more time than I’d like to admit trying to find one of those smiley faces that bow. But since I suck with computers and can’t figure out how the hell to embed it anyway, I hope you’ll consider this an official bow:


    Yeah, I know. I suck.


Sign in to comment.