30 Rock and other shows insult Syracuse, must be destroyed

Article by Annie Segal January 31, 2013

Tina Fey’s long running show, 30 Rock, will be airing its hour-long series finale tonight at 8/7 central on NBC. Let it be known that this was not Fey’s decision to end the show- it was the higher power of Syracuse University. Fey’s character, Liz Lemon, is the head writer of a variety show starring... MORE »

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April 27, 2011

Tornado!

Possible tornado from Tuesday’s storm? MORE »

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February 2, 2010

Red Bull Wings on Campus

props to whoever thought of this MORE »

Article by Annie Segal
December 8, 2011

Occupy Library: Freshman Edition

A dark cloud is looming over the Syracuse University campus. A storm is coming, and its name is finals. Well, the storm actually prefers to be called Helga, but that’s neither here nor there. It’s also a metaphorical storm because it hasn’t snowed in Syracuse yet. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors have experienced the wrath of... MORE »

Article by Becca Grumet
December 13, 2011

Status Updates from the Airplane Home

with contributions by Quyen C Nguyen Le! I got pretty bored on my way home to Florida this winter break. So I decided to let you all in on my experience. Happy holidays! MORE »

Article by Kygrm22
March 19, 2012

Top 5 RA Events of 2012

5) Stuff your own dead pet Build A Bear and PETA are cosponsoring this event so you never miss your dead pets ever again. Whenever you’re scared at night and wish your pet would come and lay with you, you can grab your stuffed pet. They used to be alive and friendly but now they... 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 »