What would Ron Swanson say?

As we all know, comedian Nick Offerman will be performing in Edison Theatre this Sunday night. Excited as we are for his performance, one can’t help but wonder what his “Parks and Recreation” alter ego, the mustachioed legend Ron Swanson, would think of our school. From academics to social life, what impression would Washington University leave on him?

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Editorial Cartoon: Ron Swanson’s Brunch Plate

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Nick Offerman to bring ‘American Ham’ comedy tour to Edison Theatre

You better prepare all the eggs and bacon you have. Nick Offerman, the American comedian best known for playing Ron Swanson on the NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation,” is coming to campus on Nov. 10. He will be performing standup, presenting a dialogue and playing live music for Social Programming Board’s Fall Comedy Show.

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Nick Offerman aka Ron Swanson performing in campus show

Nick Offerman, of “Parks and Recreation” fame, will be coming to campus Nov. 10 for Social Programming Board’s Fall Comedy Show, the group confirmed Wednesday. The performance will be in Edison Theatre. Check tomorrow’s issue for the full story. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0ALxdrq4bk

Knope 2012: The return of “Parks and Recreation”

It is one of the most critically acclaimed comedies of the past few years, yet “Parks and Recreation” curiously disappeared from the NBC comedy block on Thursday night. Curse you, midseason scheduling. The wait is finally over, though, as the lovable Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) continues her run for City Council, assisted by all her friends and coworkers.