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 »

Article by Syracuse Staff
September 27, 2010

Week in Review

Like a Frat Kid Loves Cake: The IFC fraternity rush policy was changed to more closely mimic sorority rush. Guides or “rho chis” will now be responsible for escorting potential new members to every house on campus. Similarly, fraternities are now expected to sing and cheer during recruitment, decorate the exteriors of their houses with... MORE »

Article by Daniel T
October 11, 2011

Dunkin’ Donuts Closes; Students Despair

A shortage of orange straws caused Dunkin’ Donuts in the Schine Dining Center to shut down today, throwing the Syracuse University student body into a state of mass panic. The popular on-campus establishment closed at noon following its inability to provide the straws, leaving students confused and unable to cope with its unexpected closure. “I’m... MORE »

Article by Jessica Covington
January 25, 2012

How Temple Run Ruined My Life

It’s 2:00 am and I’m in Penn Station. I watched a woman throw away half a Big Mac in the trashcan and after this policeman passes, I’m jumping on it. I called dibs in my head and everyone knows that totally counts. This is my life now. Not too shabby. But it wasn’t always like... MORE »

Article by carolineoreilly
February 28, 2013

Alpha Sigma Sigma Builds Coat Room, Becomes Top Frat on Campus

In a recent poll conducted by the MU Greek System, Alpha Sigma Sigma, Mizzou’s formerly lowest-ranked fraternity by female students, has recently been rated “Top House on Campus.” Though experts are citing a number of reasons for the rankings upset, female students asked about their sudden change in heart towards the fraternity, nearly all mentioned... MORE »

Article by joscope
February 7, 2012

Bedroom Decoration Ban

Living on campus at Ramapo College has its ups and downs, but one of the many ups that is strictly enforced by Residential Life is the asylum-type atmosphere of bedrooms. Ramapo strictly enforces its mental hospital-like bedrooms by refusing students to hang up decorations of any sort, claiming “Our white pasty walls give students a... MORE »

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Article by LukeStarnes
February 27, 2012

Mizzou softball blows out Royals

For the third consecutive season, the University of Missouri softball team blew past the Kansas City Royals, this time by a 9-2 margin. The game was held at Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium, where a makeshift outfield wall was constructed to bring the distance down from 415 ft. to 225 ft. in order to accommodate the... MORE »

Article by Anonymous
March 8, 2010

Questions for Andy Samberg

Hey everyone! The Andy Samberg show coming up in a few weeks will actually be in an interview style, rather than a comedic standup. Therefore, University Union wants to hear YOUR opinion! University Union wants to get the best questions in now, and the moderator at the show will be asking them. If you’ve got... MORE »

Article by sonovabeach
December 10, 2011

Not Another Finals Article!

Suck it up readers. This is all I have on my mind. Sorry for being lame. So, my WashU comrades, it is that time of year again. Christmahanakwanzika, you ask? Of course not. Its finals season, baby! Refills on Adderrall prescriptions have been placed. Textbooks have been dusted off. Study rooms have been reserved. Time... MORE »