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* [[Image: Lobster_Party.jpg|right|thumbnail|Lobsters playing [[beer pong]] and poker on the [[Log]]'s patio.]]Every fall, [[Dining Services]] serves an excellent [[Harvest Dinner]], at which the most anticipated and beloved dish is surely the lobster. Though a ticket system attempts to ensure that each student can get only one lobster, in 2002 a few [[Deviants|Deviant]] mischief-makers managed to collect enough from helpful friends to arrange a little tableau at the Log, where a number of noise complaints had been called in earlier that semester. Four lobsters were posed playing a hand of poker, and others were set up playing beer pong (using apple juice in the cups, so as to not break open-container rules =) ). The perpetrators called in two noise complaints from public phones, using the names "Red Skelton" and "Rod Stewart." This would have been the end of the story, except that Security looked up the name "Stewart" in the student directory and headed over to Lehman, where they woke up a very confused freshman named Robin Stewart and interrogated him until they understood that he had absolutely nothing to do with the prank.
* In the fall of '03, before the Harvest Dinner, several enterprising freshman from Lehman Hall decided to replace the dining hall's publication of "How to eat a lobster" that had been placed in all the dining halls in preparation for this great feast with the equally informative brochure "How to eat a human." As the format was the same, many people did not notice. Political motivations, though absent, were suspected.
* For April Fool's Day 2002, some students raided the central clocktower on campus. On the east face they placed a large yellow sheet with a smiley face spray-painted on it; on the north face were two plexiglass mickey-mouse hands, attached to the tips of the clock hands; on the west face were two plexiglass replicas of the clock hands, but facing in the opposite direction.