The Perfect Match

Picture by apost October 16, 2010

Too hot for closed toed shoes AND a jacket? Too cold for just a sweater and flip-flops? This wise Cornellian has found the combination to master Ithaca weather. MORE »

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Article by jwoww
October 20, 2010

The English Language is Totes Declining, Guys

There is an epidemic of laziness spreading FAST around the Cornell campus. I understand that you are busy running off to your plethora of meaningful extracurriculars (yes, that means you, Squirrel Club), but I’ve become appalled by the way some of my fellow Cornellians have chosen to abbreviate some words that REALLY don’t take that... MORE »

Article by jambrand08
April 18, 2012

3 Policies Cornell Should Adopt Right Now

  As I’ve not so subtly pointed out before, I personally believe that some of the University’s recently approved policies may have been thrown together just a bit quickly in an attempt to make the administration appear more responsible or relevant, without a ton of thought given to the actual problems at hand. For example,... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
March 19, 2012

Happy Sundress Day

Patiently, all men on campus are waiting for the first day of spring. Nay, I am not talking about March 20th. Do you take us men for mere astronomers? Fie on you, knaves!* I am discussing the REAL first day of spring which nears ever sooner, thanks to one of the balmiest winters ever experienced... MORE »

Article by carolineoreilly
February 6, 2013

Top Ten Pop Culture Predictions of 2013

1. Kim Kardashian gives birth on live television, baby Kimye eats its way out of Kim’s uterus Twilight-style. Kris Jenner promptly sells the newborn’s life rights to E!. 2. Anne Hathaway punches Best Actress winner Jessica Chastain at the Oscars: “I SHAVED MY HEAD FOR THIS.” 3. Leonardo DiCaprio decides to move to daytime television... MORE »

Article by Nick Ciccone
December 13, 2011

The Final Commute

Being a commuter can be tough. Whether you’ve decided to live at home to save money or because you couldn’t part with your stuffed animals, the commuter gene is a part of your DNA. Commuters like to keep to themselves, and so they rarely disclose that they live at home. The only way to tell... MORE »

Article by Leah Folta
October 1, 2011

USC Week In Review: Oh-Gosh-It’s-October-Already Edition

Your second-best source for the past week’s Daily Trojan headlines USC still pushing professors to take advantage of technology in the classroom : Come on, professors. Technology has been making eyes at you all year and is clearly down. Sure, it’s kind of drunk. But so are you. USC attempting to recruit more students from... MORE »

Picture by apost
October 14, 2010

Belly Dancers Captivate Ithacans

Apple Fest goers enjoyed a concert by a local belly dancing group. The crowd could not take their eyes off of them. ALL of them. MORE »

Article by Sheldon J
December 2, 2010

Bitchin’ Music Thursday – 12.02.10 – Noel Gallagher Live!

Well good evening! Ive missed you! Heres whats happened since we last spoke:Im now a Campus Basement Staff member!!!! woooo!! so thanks for that okay so now that its like snowy and cold, this is usually the time of year where i put on really chunky scarves throw snow at cars, break into golf courses... MORE »

Article by emcorbet
November 18, 2010

Computers Crash Across Campus, Chaos Ensues

After spending years subjecting students to SU’s array of dated computers and dated versions of Windows (is 95 not modern? Not 98 either? Surely this Vista thing is”¦), the school upgraded to Windows 7 in all of its 1990s computers – and watched the chaos ensue. Since the 2010 software upgrade in the Cretaceous-era computers,... MORE »