Geese Swarms

Panel 1: In nature, geese fly in a “V” shape to reduce drag forces tha would slow them down. (geese swarm) Panel 2: The same behavior can be seen in the infinite corridor at MIT. (student geese in the corridor) (at the bottom: ticket sales, dude handing out flyers) Panel 3: Except for the one time when the mitBeef club set up a booth that was more like vultures. (at the bottom: free beef jerky, around it: heap of students)

mitBEEF is an MIT student organization devoted to bovines, bovine products, and their consumption. It is highly influenced by the USACO competition's cow theme, and at one point we concluded by process of elimination that it had more current Putnam fellows in its membership than any serious honor society.

Geese Swarms

12 May 2006