From Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast
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*West Chester University of Pennsylvania*
20 inches, and still no snow day?!
Talk about an injustice…
Skipping classes to chill with friends…
that’s Social Justice.
Bros claim to be
Vigilantes of panties,
They take what feels right
Into their own hands…
The girls say boys always stretch the truth,
That’s a Rubber Band Man.
Then Bros say with the boy/girl ratio abreast,
It is no wonder Asher loves this college,
With all this beauty you can’t help but pay homage.
While snowball fighting at the Quad, it’s been confirmed:
Today is a Snow Day,
And while the snow may keep us out of class,
Miss tonight’s parties? There ain’t no way.
You can find us Ramming Barnaby’s,
Ram’s Head, House Parties,
Rams Fed—More Parties
than all other
Up the streets of Walnut, South High,
To the sky,
That Purple Haze—
Kiss the Sky,
And up the streets
The Gold rides by,
Mix them both together
We Ridin’ High
As Chester Rams
Till the day we die;
But in these streets—
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