Overbearing Mother Who Attended Parents’ Weekend Still Refusing to Say Who Gave Her a Hickey at the Tailgate

Article by Christopher Scott Carpenter October 31, 2012

Monica Del Valle, a 46-year-old bank manager from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, became the object of intense scrutiny this past week after her son Danny, a junior studying Economics, noticed a small, asymmetrical bruise on his mother’s neck as she pulled him away from a keg stand. According to initial reports, the jovial atmosphere was disrupted... MORE »

Article by Leah Folta
September 2, 2011

SC goes Greek ““ student, faculty rankings will be based on hotness

The who’s-best of who’s-Greek is widely agreed upon and familiar to sisters, bros, and many GDIs on campus alike. With new pledge classes the past couple weeks come sorority and fraternity rankings, roughly ordered ““ in the name of tradition and indisputable science-facts. A pioneering administrative team liked the idea of encouraging competitive spirit: “we... MORE »

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Article by Jessica Kluge
October 10, 2012

Keeping Warm in Pseudo-Winter

 Here in Mahwah, there exists only two seasons: Summer and Winter. The long awaited “hoodie weather” never happens, and short sleeve shirts are immediately traded for super itchy sweaters that never fit just right.   As Summer phases out and Autwinter begins, you’re asking yourself why you picked a school that’s literally in the mountains.Every... MORE »

Article by Piliour
January 6, 2011

Mascot Wars

Everyone has that one friend (usually a female) who correctly predicts the outcomes of major sporting events based on heavy research. Namely, “Oh, I just LOVE that color! And the mascot? So CUTEE!!” So I decided to see what would happen if I took that approach and applied it to the BCS Bowl Games. And... MORE »

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April 1, 2012

Yogurt Crazy Bases Hours on New Cornell Study

A new business study from the Dyson School at Cornell shows that undergraduates only eat frozen yogurt at two points: when they are drunk or when the sun has completely set. When the Daily Sun article came out, students were confused as to whether or not this article was meant to be written for the... MORE »

Video by Anonymous
September 23, 2011

Sexual Roleplay

Scarlett has some specific fantasies. Director of Photography: Matt McBrayer Cast: Scarlett Bermingham Jeff Chan Stephanie Hsu Grant O’Brien Special Thanks: Red Productions MORE »

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Article by Shermysherm11
February 13, 2012

Mizzou Memes

Since the dawn of unathleticism and staggering bitterness, web cretins have used memes (pictures of people/animals, each with a distinct and odd personality), to convey their wittiness to the great wasteland that is the Internet. For instance, the Insanity Wolf meme: a picture of a crazed wolf’s head embossed on a black-and-white background. Insanity Wolf’s... MORE »

Article by jambrand08
February 28, 2012 1 Comment

Cornell Researchers Unsure Why Students Drink

ITHACA, NY – Despite numerous changes in University policy ““ including prohibiting freshmen students from attending open fraternity parties, and banning alcohol from sorority “mixers” ““ the prevalence of medical transports and other alcohol related incidents at Cornell has remained unchanged. Recently, a team of researchers from the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences set... MORE »

Article by Rud
January 24, 2011

Syracuse Students Blame “Education” for Villanova Loss

After Saturday’s soul-crushing loss to ‘Nova, Syracuse students have begun to look for a scapegoat for their aggressions. Their choice? Education. Saturday’s game promoted the new “Say Yes to Education” initiative in the Syracuse area, a program which promotes higher graduation rates for inner-city youth. Students at the game did not quite grasp that concept... MORE »