Nacoms

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The Nacoms (pronounced Knock-'ems) are a Senior Society.

According to the New York Times, the Nacoms were founded in 1898. They have "an initiation in which members wear robes, carry candles and lead blindfolded initiates through an obstacle course in the campus chapel" [1]. Initiates are also asked to walk across burning coals and adopt a pet monkey as a testament to their dedication.

In 2015, the senior class of Nacoms was dubbed the best one yet. Nacoms are identifiable by the ~~glamorous~~ diamond and gold rings they so fashionably sport on their pinky fingers. Each year, the Nacoms elect members to the following positions: Queen of the Taps, Director of Development & Ring Acquirement, Official Sass Master and Morale Officer, and Social Chair.


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References

  1. http://www.nytimes.com/1984/04/29/nyregion/quiet-columbia-groups-tap-seniors.html
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