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Sorority Girl Stunned After Not Being Nominated for Academy Award For Homecoming Skit

Article by JakeWallach October 25, 2012

    A University of Missouri student and member of the Delta Kappa Rho sorority was shocked yesterday when she was not nominated for an Academy Award. Julie Anne Drew starred in “Sonata de Truman,” the 1790s-themed production of Delta Kappa Rho, Alpha Sigma Sigma, and Rho Rho Rho. Drew procrastinated her hospitality management homework... MORE »

Article by hartadam
February 27, 2012

Girl Sets Record with 52 ‘likes’ in One Discussion Section

For some it’s a placeholder, a space filler. For others, it’s an entity so coveted, so beloved, that addiction is more probable than possible. No””not cocaine but the word “like.’ Many consider it Carrot Top-annoying””like listening to Rick Santorum reason that contraception leads to children being born out of wedlock. But recently, a cult-like following... MORE »

Article by jillboard
January 31, 2013

Ramapo 2013 Commencement Speaker Announced: The Janitor Who Worked In Steve Jobs’ Accountant’s Office

Mahwah, NJ- After literally grueling and unbearable anticipation, Ramapo College has finally announced the 2013 Commencement Ceremony Speaker. It’s official: the 2013 Commencement Speaker will be The Janitor Who Worked In Steve Jobs’ Accountant’s Office. President Mercer told us exclusively, “this is literally the only guy that said yes.” He furthered that even the Butler... MORE »

Article by Kevin Slack
November 10, 2010

An Open Letter to the Girl Next to Me at the Football Game

Dear Girl,  First of all, let me say that I’m really glad to see you out here supporting our football team in their quest to become bowl-eligible for the first time since 2004. It’s pretty sad that a huge chunk of our student section is still empty, especially when we’re 6-3.  That being said, please... MORE »

Picture by Syracuse Staff
February 23, 2010

Syracuse vs. ESF

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Article by maxmartinez
April 2, 2012

Winter X-Games to Use Slope as Course

ESPN and the Winter X-Games have just announced a partnership to have a charity event at Cornell University’s “Libe Slope.” The sport calls it an exciting move which will attract more college-aged fans to the sport. It is to take place in February 2013, obviously assuming that there is snow. The course will start at... MORE »

Article by Cailin Lowry
October 7, 2012

The Trojan Family: Please Don’t Pull an OJ

If you’re reading this, you probably go to USC. If you go to USC, you’ve had the concept of the Trojan Family drilled into your head since stepping foot on University Park Campus.  The Trojan Family is comprised of every USC student, past and present. In a lot of ways this is great – you’re... MORE »

Article by jillboard
March 19, 2012

This Week In TV…

Mahwah, NJ – With midterm week violating and disturbing us, it’s SO hard to keep up with things that matter: talking about ourselves on Twitter, calling people ugly on Facebook, getting diarrhea from Birch (wait, we still do that), and finally, following our TV shows. While you’re all “studying”, I’ve been busy slaving over staying... MORE »

Article by Kahrispy
December 12, 2011

Professors looking forward to stress, sexual thrill, of finals week

Finals week is known within the bowels of every college across the country, and DeVry, as “more brootal” than even the most hymen shattering and sticky of frat initiations. Adderall, rope, and razor blade stocks all shoot sky high (but nowhere near as high as the students) and many freshman are weeded out, opting to... MORE »

Video by Syracuse Staff
December 2, 2010

Syracuse Has A Quidditch Team

Oh Harry Potter, you have officially infiltrated SU, and made a quidditch team here.. MORE »