A longstanding tradition at Wake Forest University after the acceptance of boys and girls' rush process during which a convention center is rented out for the purposes of allowing the new pledges to osculate while heavily inebriated. The event usually lasts for several hours, with many of the girls receiving well over one hundred kisses. It is tradition after each kiss to provide proof of the act, either by signing a book or tallying on a part of the girl's body.
After Wake Forest pledge night, half of the student body suffered a pandemic of mono.
by Dangerous D and Speed Racer September 11, 2008