Kipling antic tops them all


[img_inline align=”right” src=””]It's a bird, it's a plane…it's a K-car! This automobile was found comfortably nesting on top of the University tower this morning.

How'd it get there? Well, only our civil engineering students know for sure. The antic is part of an annual celebration called Kipling, a ceremony at which graduating students receive their rings. That ceremony takes place today at 4 p.m.

For the record, an unidentified source told us the car was cut into 20-plus pieces, transported to the roof, reassembled, and placed on a six-foot-high wooden frame so it would be seen.

The car is a “replica” of that owned by civil engineering professor K. S. Sivakumaran.