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In elementary school, a lot of kids had end-of-the-school-year traditions. Some would have pool parties, take day trips to the beach or celebrate good grades by going to their favorite ice cream places. My end-of-year tradition was staying up far past my bedtime and sobbing to my mother about how I was scared of growing up.
It's 8 p.m. on a Friday, my freshman year of college, and a text lights up my phone.
"I honestly just don't find women to be funny."
"You don't seem like the type of girl who would be in a sorority."
When Abby Chafe received word that the cast list for Miami University's "The Wild Party" had been posted, she ducked out of her physics class early.
Brandon Fogel darts around Pearson 128, setting up the next improv game by fielding suggestions from the audience. He is boisterous and charismatic, talking to the audience as if they were his old friends. His sharp wit and quick jabs at random spectators only add to this feeling.