Marshall St. overrun with truancy

Article by emcorbet October 14, 2010

Marshall St. forced to close off road, turn pedestrians away as class skipping students flocked to the famed block. As more and more students ignored their class schedules in lieu of pizza, bubble tea, and Slider’s Belgian fries, Marshall Street swarmed with said slackers. The popular eateries and cafes could not contain the masses of... MORE »

Video by Kyle Rapone
May 11, 2010

Fallen Rose

Upon hearing about the death of Betty White, three best friends try to do everything in their power to reunite and attend her funeral. MORE »

Article by drewthegoose
February 18, 2012

Transformers 4 Promises More Explosions, Less Plot

Michael Bay announced Tuesday morning that he is set to direct the fourth Transformers movie, promising that it will spend more time on explosions and focus less on dialogue and plot. The movie, set to release in 2014, is the highly unanticipated follow-up to last year’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon. During a press conference... MORE »

Picture by Anonymous
February 15, 2010

Cuse Cockroach Murder

Crime scene: Newhouse 2 staircase MORE »

Video by ChillBro
October 6, 2010
Article by Piliour
September 4, 2011

History Professor Incorporates Oregon Trail into Curriculum

Nothing teaches students about the pioneer life like Oregon Trail. At least that’s Professor Michael LaRue’s motto. In his class on the History of Early America at Jackson State University, LaRue has downgraded from the iMac to the 1990 Macintosh Classic. His students are told not to bring anything to class except for “an appetite... MORE »

Article by Shermysherm11
January 23, 2012

Five Ways To Prevent A Ghost Attack

So, I’ve been the target for frequent ghost attacks ever since I decided it was a good idea to do an Ouija board in front of a cemetery at three in the morning. Candles, friends, rain, creepy aspects all in line, I’m pretty sure that some ghost got really pissed off and decided to haunt... MORE »

Article by Klatch
September 16, 2011

Tallahassee Man Sells First Born Son for FSU vs. Oklahoma Tickets

Dom Johnson, 37, of Tallahassee admitted to selling his first born son yesterday all for tickets to Saturday’s game against Oklahoma. Andrew Johnson, 8, was reportedly sold to a family in Wakulla County. “I’m gonna miss the little man,” says Johnson, “He really was a great kid”¦ but sacrifices are sacrifices I guess, and you... MORE »

Article by rkrieg
March 28, 2012

How I Imagine Thurtene Honorary Spends an Actual Day

8:00 AM: Wake up to “Call Me Maybe.” Look in mirror. Wink. Drink blood-infused protein shake. 8:32 AM: Play Sims Rollercoaster Tycoon. Feel in control of the lives of others. 10:00 AM: Skip class for “official” Thurtene business. 10:02 AM: Research shades of yellow. Struggle over whether or not the yellow is too green or... MORE »