Group of Dominican Students Discover Graduate Hiding Walls of Theater
By Luke Zembrowski
A Dominican graduate was discovered hiding in the wall of the theater Saturday March 31 during a reported game of “extreme hide and seek”.
Investigation of the site revealed a sofa, 32-inch flat screen television, and some kitchen utensils. The students continued searching the walls and discovered 50 other graduates that had converted the theater walls into a make shift apartment building.
Among the sophomores that discovered the complex was Morgan Bradford who said, “I was surprised at first, but I thought more about it and it seems like they never really left.”
The alum that was first discover was a class of 2007 member that wishes to remain known as Anon Ymouse, was near the hidden entrance waiting for a pizza delivery and asked simply to not have to move out.
Renters reportedly pay around $230 a month, well below average for apartment rent, for one bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom with full access to the theater.
The sophomores reported the incident to administration, which evicted the tenants, made claim on the rooms as “Dominican High School property”, and sold several rooms at the auction for nearly four times the amount of monthly rent value per apartment.
An official comment was released saying, “It is time that the students move on, or out to be more accurate, and the students that got evicted will be forced to live either at home or at the college dorms.”
Ymouse in defense of the living arrangements said, “With how much time students spend at Dominican we basically live there, so me and the boys decided to make it official. The trick was getting the main office to sort and hide our mail for so long.”