#GlobalPOV Course Instructors Gather, Bono Crashes Party

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To celebrate the end of an extremely experimental stressful successful semester, the “Global Poverty” course graduate student instructors (all 482 of them) and the #GlobalPOV team came together to eat, drink and be merry. But then Bono showed up, per usual, and Prof. Roy promptly kicked all of us out of the house so the two of them could be alone, per usual. Some party.

(And yes, bunny ears are still socially acceptable at academic functions. Just to clarify.)

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