Debate Heats Up Over “Right to Drop” at Mizzou

Article by drewthegoose April 17, 2012

A recent debate has been the cause for tension at the University of Missouri as people fight over the right for students to drop classes during the semester. Tensions have risen over the course of the spring semester regarding an age-old debate concerning dropped classes. As a result, two opposing camps have emerged representing either... MORE »

Article by Dennis Coles
November 1, 2010

SU Football Now in 3D!!!

Since our beloved SU football team is 6-2 and resting comfortably at second place in the Big East, Carrier Corp., your “world leader in air conditioners, furnaces, hvac and central air conditioning products, providing air conditioning, heating and refrigeration,” and giant domes, has decided to implement Real3D technology into the stadium. As if you didn’t already... MORE »

Video by Humor Whore
September 23, 2010

Forever Young…Until We Get Old

What will the millennial generation look like in 50 years? Will they be Forever Young? Will Justin Bieber’s hair still make him look like a lesbian? Will we even be able to use the word lesbian in 50 years? All these pressing questions answered and more on in this entirely objective and scientifically accurate short. MORE »

Article by Miguel Manalo
December 14, 2012

Relive The Worst Parts of Campus Life One Last Time

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 »

Article by Crispy Spumoni
November 14, 2012

Obama Seeks to End Ban on Illegal Immigrants in Military

The Obama administration met with the Pentagon last Friday to discuss the implications of overturning the current ban on undocumented immigrants serving in the military. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta supports the measure, saying, “Let’s celebrate our rich diversity and renew our nation’s commitment to equality for all.” Many strong, eager patriots have not enlisted in... MORE »

Article by Piliour
November 25, 2011

Syracuse Fans Heard Across Country After Stanford Game

Friday’s NIT Championship game was a close one, with Syracuse edging out Stanford in the final minutes, winning 69-63. Throughout the course of the game, “Cuse fans could be heard screaming at their televisions for the entire forty-minute affair. Said Julie Henderson of Florida, “Around 6:45, I thought there was an earthquake in my neighborhood.... MORE »

Article by ramapops
February 28, 2012

Study: Collegiate Sports Lead to School Spirit; College Officials Outraged

MAHWAH, NJ: A disturbing new study done at Ramapo College of New Jersey seems to link participation and/or support of campus athletic teams to a dramatic increase in school spirit. According to Ramapo census takers, who conducted the survey by repeatedly sending out duplicates of the same email until students got tired of sending it... MORE »

Article by Syracuse Staff
March 8, 2010

The SU Health Center Experience

Receptionist: Welcome to the health center, Can I help you? Student: Uh, yeah, I drank some really old vodka and”¦I think I’m dying. Receptionist: Ok, if you could just fill out these three forms we will be right with you. Student: Ok, well can I fill them out after I see a doctor or something?... MORE »