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Notable Deviations included:
*'''Formal Dinner Night''', in which students arrived in full evening attire and were served by volunteer waitstaff.*'''Pajama Night''', in which students also arrived in "evening attire."*'''Wild West Night''', which featured water guns, bandanas, atrocious cowboy accents, a sing-along of the theme from "Rawhide," and a pseudo-genuine stringing-up of outlaws.*'''Fairy Tale Night''', at which princesses, ogres, fairies, mermaids, and vampires frolicked as children's stories were read.
*'''70's Disco Night''', where half of Driscoll got down to the Village People and KC and the Sunshine Gang.
*'''Iron Chef''', at which two teams of cooks made haste to concoct culinary creations that were sometimes disgusting, sometimes phallic, but always inventive.
*'''Rejected Super Heros Night''', where many lesser known heroes emerged in all their ignominy.*'''Odd Takes [[Dodd Dining Hall|Dodd]]''', the only Driscoll Deviation to take place in a [[dining hall]] other than Driscoll. Some residents of [[Dodd House|Dodd]] swore they'd never forget the moment when an army of pirates, ninjas, and Vikings bearing large [[bopswording|duct-tape swords]] invaded their previously peaceful home.
*'''Gods and Goddesses''', a kind of rite of the spring of 2005 that the heavens surely smiled upon.
*'''Thrift Store''', an event held September 24th 2005 inspired by the recent [[ABC sale]] which took students to the backs of their wardrobes to assemble ensembles tacky enough to fit in.