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OBBO Wows at Hales Late Nighter

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OBBO Wows at Hales Late Nighter

The Oberlin Beanie Baby Orchestra performed at the annual Hales Late Nighter last Saturday, Feb. 16 in the Cat in the Cream. Double-degree senior Camille Vogley-Howes, double-degree sophomore Ritu Mukherjee, and College sophomore Jane Wickline (from left to right) played in one of the opening segments. A number of acts were featured throughout the evening, including OBBO, Julia Julian, and High & Mighty Brass Band. Many other entertainment options also attracted students, including an inflatable obstacle course, an inflatable game of twister, glow-in-the-dark bowling at the Cat’s bowling lanes, billiards, a Valentine-making station, and free Feve food, hot chocolate, and cotton candy.

The Oberlin Beanie Baby Orchestra performed at the annual Hales Late Nighter last Saturday, Feb. 16 in the Cat in the Cream. Double-degree senior Camille Vogley-Howes, double-degree sophomore Ritu Mukherjee, and College sophomore Jane Wickline (from left to right) played in one of the opening segments. A number of acts were featured throughout the evening, including OBBO, Julia Julian, and High & Mighty Brass Band. Many other entertainment options also attracted students, including an inflatable obstacle course, an inflatable game of twister, glow-in-the-dark bowling at the Cat’s bowling lanes, billiards, a Valentine-making station, and free Feve food, hot chocolate, and cotton candy.

Devin Cowin

The Oberlin Beanie Baby Orchestra performed at the annual Hales Late Nighter last Saturday, Feb. 16 in the Cat in the Cream. Double-degree senior Camille Vogley-Howes, double-degree sophomore Ritu Mukherjee, and College sophomore Jane Wickline (from left to right) played in one of the opening segments. A number of acts were featured throughout the evening, including OBBO, Julia Julian, and High & Mighty Brass Band. Many other entertainment options also attracted students, including an inflatable obstacle course, an inflatable game of twister, glow-in-the-dark bowling at the Cat’s bowling lanes, billiards, a Valentine-making station, and free Feve food, hot chocolate, and cotton candy.

Devin Cowin

Devin Cowin

The Oberlin Beanie Baby Orchestra performed at the annual Hales Late Nighter last Saturday, Feb. 16 in the Cat in the Cream. Double-degree senior Camille Vogley-Howes, double-degree sophomore Ritu Mukherjee, and College sophomore Jane Wickline (from left to right) played in one of the opening segments. A number of acts were featured throughout the evening, including OBBO, Julia Julian, and High & Mighty Brass Band. Many other entertainment options also attracted students, including an inflatable obstacle course, an inflatable game of twister, glow-in-the-dark bowling at the Cat’s bowling lanes, billiards, a Valentine-making station, and free Feve food, hot chocolate, and cotton candy.

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