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Article by Danny Fersh September 21, 2010
Dear Spanish couples, Look, I get it.Â This isn’t America.Â People are allowed to express their affections more freely in public on this side of the Atlantic.Â To a certain extent, that’s great.Â Catching the occasional glimpse of two high school kids eating each other’s faces is fine because that means that I, too, have... MORE »
The James Franco’s short film “UNDERGRADS – Episode 1″ met with great controversy last Friday when it screened in his CTPR 241/290 section. The room buzzed with feedback from his fellow students in the introductory filmmaking class, but professors Doug Banks and Mary Ford were grim in their analysis. “Well, I enjoyed the film,” said... MORE »
MAHWAH, NJ – In an effort to make your winter break even better Student Affairs is holding a “Forget This Stuff” workshop in Friends Hall this Friday at 7pm. The event brings together all the frustrating things about Ramapo College life and lets you do them one last time just to remind yourself how much... MORE »
Last week, former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer came to SU to discuss economic corruption. 400 people attended the event, listening as Spitzer raved about how, “[the government] lied. They deceived. They cheated.” The strangest part of Spitzer’s visit to SU is that no one commented on how ironic it is for SU to bring... MORE »
The availability of lysergic acid diethylamide has dropped 90 percent, and right-brained students across campus are becoming desperate. Professor Emeritus of Toxicology Marcus Johnston was arrested one week ago for the manufacture of the drug in the shed behind his house. Among the most severely affected by this shortage are students of Philosophy and English,... MORE »
Some things in life seriously don’t need awards, “badges” or points. Saddd MORE »
In order to accomodate more students as well as recycle unwanted snow, Syracuse University has begun hollowing out mounds of snow to create igloo-style residence halls. These new “buildings” are available in singles, doubles and snow-suite style. A large advantage of the new residence halls is that many students now have the opportunity to live... MORE »