SoC to be Renamed School of Overcommunication
In another effort to honor the theater students (See Also: What You Missed Last Week on A Starry Night 2018), Morty Shapiro has decided to rename the School of Communication. He hopes its new name, the School of Overcommunication, will better reflect the attitude of the institution as a whole.
Unsurprisingly, SoO students had plenty to say about this. Siërra, RTVF Class of 2021, confessed that she feels that this new name feels like a “personal attack” since it has arrived at the same time she has decided to rebrand herself as well.
“I went through all of the trouble of deleting every single Instagram post I ever had, and just finally added a cover photo that’s a screencap from 30 Rock. But no one’s gonna care now that rebranding is just ‘the thing to do’, I guess.”
Siërra went on to confess that her sudden change in social media presence was a reaction to her father never having loved her, a realization that occurred to her when she cried during A Star is Born because of the chemistry between Bradley Cooper and his dog.
The faculty has proven to be especially infuriated by this decision. When asked for an opinion on the subject, almost every professor had neglected to share one, an action seemed to be done in order to deliberately reverse the message of the school’s new moniker of oversharing.
“I couldn’t go out because I was having a breakdown in my room about my monologue. My therapist and I have this inside joke about Shark Tale, though, so I watched that and it made me laugh. Does that answer your question?” said Clarence, Theater student class of 2020, when asked about how the new name will affect the SoO’s PR presence.
School of Com will be officially renamed School of Overcommunication, effective as soon as a Titanic player asks for a non-geographic location this quarter. Till then, anyone looking to protest this change may choose to boycott the Norris Starbucks. The jury is out on how many people will be attending this, though, according to Siërra.
“Oh, that’s the plan? Well, I guess the name’s kind of cute. I mean I like it-I don’t want to make a big deal about anything so I’ll just leave it be. I should go, my daughter’s calling me.”