posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:45 AM
Even though this thread is pretty much dead I have a little bit of information to add.
I'm a student at Wittenberg, and I know about 5 or 6 Wizards that are in my fraternity. Wizard's designated party night is Tuesday; that's a fact.
I have one specific detail about the families within the Wizards.
One night during my pledge process, I had to get an interview with one of the upper classmen in the frat, and we scheduled it at mid night on Tuesday.
I went to his house and he wasn't there, so I called him and he was obviously drunk, and told me to meet him in my car outside my dorm. He showed
up in a vest labeled Griffendore (or however you spell it) and had Harry Potter-looking glasses on. At this point, I had no clue what his outfit
meant, but it makes sense now that I understand the whole family aspect of the Wizards.
I also know that the Wizards have been trying to pry off the university seal in front of Myers. Earlier this semester, I would walk to class at about
10:15 on Wednesday morning and would pass the seal every day. About three weeks in a row, the small bricks surrounding the seal were obviously
tampered with, and one brick is still missing. There were also marks on the surrounding cement which looked like someone had taken a crowbar to it.
I've heard rumors that they actually have something similar to a small room under the seal, but I highly doubt it considering the university just did
construction on it last year.
I also know three gnomes that are in my frat. I believe their party night is Monday or Tuesday, but I'm not sure.
I don't know much about the shifters, although they are by far the most interesting of all the groups. I do know that if you have a parent that was
a shifter, you have a very good chance of getting tapped. Also, shifter alumni love to come back on homecoming weekend and attend the shifter
As for the tunnels, I want to make it clear that they did not construct these tunnels themselves. They are simply a drainage/heating and cooling
tunnels that run under campus. The main opening is on the northwest side of Weaver Chapel just off the street that runs between Myers Hall and the
chapel. I haven't actually tried to break into it, but I have taken a close look at the opening. There is a large metal bar that covers the
opening, but I didn't tamper with it. From what everyone else has said, it obviously hard to break into. I would assume that there is a lock on it
considering the shifters have access to basically every key on campus.
If I have anything to say about the secret societies, it's this. They aren't much more than over-hyped drinking clubs. The fact that they hold
closed parties, wear conspicuous flair, and sometimes do ridiculous public stunts means that they want to have people talk about them. Although
they're secret, they are attention seekers and get off to the fact that people talk about them like we are on this thread. I'll admit that they are
pretty interesting, especially since so many of their actions are highly illegal, and could result in school suspension or expulsion if they get
caught, but it's nothing to get too excited about. If I find anymore info, I'll make sure to post it on here.