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A male student stylishly skateboarded his way through campus this afternoon and made it just in time to his 12:15 p.m. class in Marillac Hall.
The skateboarder was first seen cruising through Gate 1, weaving in and out of students on their way to class.
“Hey, watch it guy!” one jocky looking student was reported as saying to the skateboarder.
The skateboarder then made his way down the paths that cross the Great Lawn, doing an ollie here and a kick flip there, garnering stares from onlookers all around.
As the skateboarder approached the outdoor stairway connected to Marillac, no one knew what to expect.
“I thought he was going to fall for sure,” said sophomore Kaitlin Applebee.
Instead of falling down the stairway, the skateboarder ollied up onto the railing and did a perfect board slide grind onto the walkway below.
It was then a quick skate over to the first floor entrance of Marillac, where the skateboarder stayed on his board even after entering the building.
“No skateboarding allowed inside!” yelled one unhip professor.
The skateboarder paid him no mind however and just skated into his classroom, where he then jumped off his board and kicked it up to himself just as the clock struck 12:15. On his way to his desk, he flipped his long hair back and nodded to a pretty girl, who smiled wistfully at him.
“I’m almost positive I’m going to sleep with him this weekend,” said the girl, who spoke on the condition of anonymity for fear of looking like a skank.
The skateboarder did not make himself available for comment, but that could have been due to the fact that he had his ear buds in as he skated off from class and was unable to hear this reporter’s requests.