Thursday Zombie Fun: Braaaiiiinnnnsssss!

Rather like a normal Friday Fun post, I'm going to highlight some fun stuff I've found around the web on zombies in higher education. And I'm not talking about undergrads at 9am classes either. Note that a couple of these I've highlighted before.

BTW, first I thought I'd point out a couple of pop cultural items on zombies.

And now, for some amusing zombie-related higher educational items from around the net!

BTW, the today-only zombie profile picture is courtesy of Joseph Hewitt of Ataraxia Theatre fame. Joseph is also working on the GearHead RPG. Thanks!

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