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Article by Piliour
August 29, 2010

Guide to South Campus: The Bus System

The bus system is actually much more consistent than most people say, in that the buses are consistently 10-20 minutes late. They’re also always consistently packed on the days when you have a big exam and can’t afford to be late. If you’re living on South and riding the bus, be prepared to redefine your... MORE »

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December 5, 2011

Music Video Pocketful of Money TRF 255

A music video made in TRF 255 at Syracuse University. By Jens Lekman. MORE »

Article by NoahBakst
March 22, 2012

East Quad Rennovation Busts Open

Actual U of M Warning Cold weather is a terrifying time for pipes with regards to water, but warm weather brings a whole other realm of ramifications. Seamen. Wait that’s not it, excuse me, it’s semen. See, man; it’s simple. It’s simple, and a little bit dirty. Living in the dorms is a time of... MORE »

Article by Alex Rosenthal
February 22, 2011

Girl’s iPhone Purchase Ends BBM Relationship, Actual Friendship

“What’s your pin?” In perhaps what could be construed as great or tragic news, Dawn Engle will no longer ever have to hear the notorious three-word question uttered by BlackBerry smartphone users around the world. Following the iPhone’s recent availability for Verizon customers, Engle made the switch to the famous Apple smartphone – meaning she... MORE »

Article by Piliour
September 15, 2010

Food Services Collects Waste for “Composting”

In a recent Daily Orange article, it was reported that Food Services will collect 30 tons of waste for composting (see Heather Wentz’s article in the September 15th edition).   Many students find themselves wondering, “Why was Lady Gaga wearing a meat suit at the VMA’s?” But they’re also wondering, more relatedly, “What is composting?”... MORE »

Article by Piliour
March 4, 2010

Bird Library’s Doors Change Overnight

Since its establishment in 1972, Bird Library has baffled thousands of students. The confusion does not stem from the books within the walls, but from the doors that attempt to lead into and out of the library itself. Every day, students assemble in teams outside of the Bird in order to try to crack the... MORE »

Article by Syracuse Staff
February 8, 2011

What the F*ck is a Hoya?

As our beloved Syracuse Orange come back home to face off with #11 Georgetown tomorrow night, we ask ourselves the one question that remains unanswered”¦.What in God’s name is a Hoya? Referencing Wikipedia, my most trusted source for all journalistic endeavors, a Hoya is in fact “a genus of tropical climbing plants in the family... MORE »