Hockey Team Appropriates 2004 White Girl Culture

By ETHAN BEVINGTON Feb. 18, 2016

In the latest scandal to sweep campus, the Bowdoin Men’s Hockey Team has been accused of appropriating the culture of 2004 era white girls.

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A recent photograph of the Bowdoin Men’s Hockey Team

Spokesperson Regina George first brought the issue to the forefront when she spoke out against the hockey team. “Creating a table that only one social group could sit at was our idea and is a vital building block of our unique culture. It is an absolutely essential piece of our social fabric that retains a deep significance within our community. The hockey team has chosen to completely disregard this.”

“There is not even one 2004 white girl represented on the hockey team,” said Gretchen Wieners, another 2004 white girl. “I bet not a single hockey player has ever even talked to a 2004 white girl, let alone befriend one.”

In response to critics, Bradley Packer, the hockey team captain, said, “We have a right to free expression and we aren’t going to let the haters stop us from doing our thing.”


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