# These are the droids you're looking for (Pi Day 2016)

On Pi Day, decisions for the Class of 2020 will...awaken.
3/14/16 at 6:28PM ET.
CREDITS
* Created by Loren Sherman '17
* Cinematography by Quentin Smith '10
* Concept (and droid noises) by Chris Peterson SM '13
* Stu Schmill '86 (as himself)
* James Blessing (as Tim Beaver)
* Original droid model by John Paul Gignac, CrossWing Inc
made by (and for) Star Wars fans, with apologies to JJ Abrams, George Lucas, John Williams, Lucasfilm, Disney, et al.

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