Engi­neers Gone Wild:

Trek Magazine - - Great Trekking -

The Engi­neers reached new heights (or lows) this year, kid­nap­ping a colum­nist and putting him through a mock cru­ci­fix­ion, kid­nap­ping the Om­buds­man and cov­er­ing him in honey and feath­ers, trash­ing the Com­merce stu­dents’ lounge and steal­ing their beer, van­dal­iz­ing the Com­merce stu­dents’ char­iot, and caus­ing the in­jury of a Forestry par­tic­i­pant in the an­nual char­iot race. Some even ac­cused them of plot­ting to at­tack the SUB dur­ing the Jeri­cho oc­cu­pa­tion to oust the oc­cu­piers, but that may have sim­ply been their rep­u­ta­tion at work. They did get into a fight with Maoists dis­tribut­ing lit­er­a­ture in the SUB, and al­to­gether their an­tics were so ex­treme that one group of Engi­neers, un­happy to be as­so­ci­ated with such things, started a pe­ti­tion to with­draw from the En­gi­neer­ing Un­der­grad­u­ate So­ci­ety.

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