minutia press.
Clothing drive

If you have an invitation and an inclination, you too can sport a spanking-new, sesquicentennial polo-style shirt. All you have to do is show up at 300 N. Brookings with your ID, a pint of blood, DNA fingerprinting, and a notary public, and after verification of the aforementioned credentials, somebody will reach into the vast reserve of yet-unclaimed shirts and hand you one.

Of course, you must promise to do only good and no evil while wearing the shirt. And I don't believe the shirt gives you any unusual or super powers.

The main advantage of wearing the shirt is that if somebody isn't sure how to spell "sesquicentennial", he or she can look it up on your shirt. Of course, a lesser-ranked institution would pronounce it "150".