Actors gather at The Shrine to perform savage ritual

Article by Lia Woodward February 3, 2011

On Sunday, January 30th the streets bordering the Shrine Auditorium across from the USC campus were shut down and loaded with security to accommodate the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. This past weekend marked the holiest day of the year for one of the most mysterious and controversial religious factions to date: the Screen Actors... MORE »

Article by SammyAbram
December 17, 2011


Finals are coming to an end and as you finish them up you start to realize, FUCK I NEVER ACTUALLY LEARNED SHIT. You sit in the classroom with your pen or pencil and start to shake. It’s been months since you first stepped foot in this classroom. Now it comes down to the end. The... MORE »

Article by Cailin Lowry
February 28, 2012

The Five Students You’ll Meet at Explore USC

Once a year, USC becomes partially populated by wide-eyed, well-accomplished high school seniors*. We know they’re not in college yet. It’s obvious from the endearingly bushytailed quality about them. Explore students are much like our campus squirrels (yes, I am taking personal ownership in USC’s squirrel population ““ I really miss my dog, okay?), but... MORE »

Article by Joshua Scarcella
November 17, 2010

The “Wild” the Guilty and the “Buffalo” Shuffle

FBI Officials have released information that restaurant chain “Buffalo Wild Wings” has been indicted on charges of fixing professional sports games in at least three major leagues. For the past three years, “Wild Wings” has been using its resources to prevent games from ending early and pushing them into overtime or extra innings. Elongating games... MORE »

Article by Anonymous
August 28, 2011

How Facebook Actually Weights Your News Feed And Search Results!

Have you ever felt that it was kinda odd when you started typing a letter in the Facebook search box, and your best friends name immediately popped up? Well it’s not chance. A hacker over at The Keesh found out that Facebook scores your friends based on some kind of algorithm, most likely attributed to how much... MORE »

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Article by smalls
October 13, 2011

OccupyWallStreet Movement Hits Ithaca

As OccupyWallStreet almost reaches it’s 5th week of protest and is prevalent in over 70 cities, notoriously liberal Ithaca has, of course, staged its own version of this protest in the downtown commons. And, seeing as there is no large financial organization to picket in the small town of Ithaca, protesters have taken to sitting... MORE »

Article by apost
November 29, 2010


Derek Jeter still has yet to make a decision about his future baseball contract. Nothing new has happened since yesterday, but we keep reporting it anyway. Stay tuned for an update in an hour on whether or not we have learned anything else that is not remotely important and will not change anything until Jeter... MORE »

Video by Anonymous
April 4, 2011

Awesome Video of the Boeheim Screamer Tee Coming Into Action!

The life story of the Boeheim Screamer tee by Squeeze My Tees at Syracuse University! Watch how an idea spreads through a community! Created by @MarenGuse, @eruscitto, @kimincuse, @EliseMarieTrent, @laur3n_newm4n for #RotoloProject! MORE »