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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Eric D. Schmiedl


Noah H. Silverman ’10 dips a sheet of paper in paper-maché solution at East Campus before applying it to the “Trojan Elephant” weapon used in yesterday’s East vs. West Water War.



Anthony D. Rindone ’10 drills a mounting hole for the wooden astronaut trainer that residents of East Campus students made for Residence Exploration.



Katherine J. Rahlin ’09 is pulled up the East Campus zip-line before being released at the top. The zip-line, put up for Residence Exploration, stretched north-south on steel cables strung between the parallels.



Rachel A. Bowens-Rubin ’11 (left) and another freshman ride desk chairs down an underground ramp between Buildings 66 and 68.



West campus students use homemade shields to protect themselves from east campus during the annual East vs. West Water War held Monday.



West campus students head to Kresge Oval in preparation for the annual East vs. West Water War held Monday.



Students head to the Chapel’s moat after the completion of the annual East vs. West Water War held Monday on Kresge Oval.



East campus residents clear the way for the paper-maché “Trojan Elephant” they made for the East vs. West Water War.



A west campus student narrowly deflects a water balloon at Monday’s annual East vs. West Water War at the Kresge Barbecue Pits.



East campus assaults west campus with water balloons at Monday’s annual East vs. West Water War.


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