Is this a denial of the afterlife, an affirmation that the trappings of this world are our only sure moments of existence? If so, why not have a prettier campus?
Or is it a take on "Be here now," an exhortation to live in the moment and be fully awake to the happening of experience?
Or is it a refusal of awareness of the world outside of this strange uptown shtetl, a proclamation that nothing exists outside of the invisible walls of this small university ghetto enclave?
I haven't figured it out.
Also: the owners of that yellow bus should rethink their name. It sounds like the passengers just began taking hormones.