Writer’s Block Cured with OPPapers

Article by Anonymous November 2, 2010

That paper that was assigned way back when at the beginning of the semester is finally due tomorrow, so it is now the appropriate time to start writing it. Staring at a blank page hoping something of intelligence will write itself is hardly the most efficient way to write a paper. With resources like OPPapers,... MORE »

Article by halfmanhalfamazing
December 2, 2011

Winter Break Delayed: Washington University To Deny Students of Christmas

St. Louis””Wash U spoiled students Winter Break plans to head home a few days before Christmas, announcing a mandatory meeting to discuss the state of the university at 11 pm on December 24th.  The school will require faculty to be present as well and attendance will be taken to ensure that no one has time... MORE »

Article by Chris Varney
February 4, 2012

“Open Mike Night” not the same as “Open Mic Night” says Medical Student

A dozen or so eager students arrived in the basement of the Medical Sciences Building last night with acoustic guitars and crumpled notebook pages heavy with the ink of fresh poetry. The sudden appearance of knit caps and Chuck Taylor’s amongst the sea of surgical scrubs and face masks surprised the med students, who were... MORE »

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September 10, 2010

Copy of New Frat Regulations Stolen!

I stole a copy of the new regulations for frats. They are ridiculous. MORE »

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September 13, 2010

Passion Pit at Juice Jam

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February 25, 2010

Penises everwhere

more peepees on campus MORE »

Article by Alex Rosenthal
October 31, 2011

I Just Want A Nice Jewish Girl to Snuggle With and Watch The Human Centipede 2

By Gary Shelderblatt    I feel like I’ve really matured since my college graduation. I’m done with frat parties, bar crawls, random hookups, and drinking myself into a coma every weekend. It’s about time I settle down and find that special someone who, on the occasional Friday night, will just stay home with me and... MORE »

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Article by Piliour
October 6, 2010

Computer Science Students Suffer Simultaneous Heart Attacks

On Tuesday, fifteen students in the computer science program suffered simultaneous panic attacks when Lauren Hawking enrolled in a computer science class, becoming the first girl to ever do so. Hawking claims that she was oblivious to her trailblazing ways, stating, “I just like working with computers. I didn’t mean to cause any problems.” Sean... MORE »