Post-Break Revelations

Article by Cailin Lowry January 21, 2013

Considering I’m a junior, I should probably be beyond the post-break Trojan culture shock I experience whenever I return to campus. After three straight weeks of sleeping for between ten and fifteen (mmm, REM) hours per night, forcing my dog to cuddle with me, and playing Bejeweled Blitz until I get a new high score... MORE »

Article by Alfred
January 18, 2013

The Differences Between Fall and Spring Semester

Welcome back to Syracuse everybody! You may be wondering what’s so different about this semester than the last, so we here at Campus Basement are proud to present our comparative guide to help you transition into the new semester. MORE »

Article by carolineoreilly
January 17, 2013

Gay men everywhere speak out in support of Manti Te’o: ‘We’ve all been there.”

Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o has recently come under fire since it was discovered that his late girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, never actually existed. In spite of the allegations and subsequent media frenzy, one group has surprisingly and publicly come out in support of Te’o: the gay community. “So what, he made up his girlfriend? That... MORE »

Article by BGates
January 9, 2013

The Unofficial Girls Drinking Game

If you happen to be a twenty something female, chances are you have at least heard of the racy new show Girls on HBO.  Odds are also good that you have somehow finagled an HBO GO password out of someone.  Maybe you befriended that girl who never washes her hair or performed sexual favors for... MORE »

Article by natkirst
January 8, 2013

Cool College Guy Claims He’s Really Into Sports And Having Sex With Women

Last Thursday night Freshman Doyle Matheson admitted in conversation with a member of the opposite sex that he was “really into sports.” “Ladies love guys that are really into sports,” said Matheson, “which explains why I get it in on the regs.” As evidence of his love of sports, Matheson receives ESPN updates to his... MORE »

Article by Kevin Cardoni
January 6, 2013

Hockey’s Back! …and there was much rejoicing

I woke up today thinking it would be any regular Sunday: completely naked, my head laying over the side of my bed, desperately trying to avoid the sunrise shining through the pathetic excuse for curtains and onto my face.  But then I saw the news, that glorious and long-awaited news, that the NHL lockout has... MORE »

Article by carolineoreilly
December 28, 2012

The Story of Syllabus Week

Syllabus Week, known as the “Festival of Natty Lights” to many, will soon be upon us once more. Though widely celebrate by most college students, there are many who have forgotten the true meaning of the weeklong celebration. To remind us why we celebrate Syllabus Week, we have decided to retell the story of how... MORE »

Video by Kevin Cardoni
December 26, 2012

Hold the Pulp Season Finale – The Christmas Episode

Christmas has come and gone, much to the dismay of just about everyone who isn’t celebrating Kwanzaa today.  But with the passage of Christmas, we look back on the release of Hold the Pulp’s final episode of its second season, with a reasonably Christmas-ish twist.  There are some great segments in this episode, as well... MORE »

Article by Alex Rosenthal
December 18, 2012

Instagram User with 7,583 Boring Lunch Photos Concerned About Privacy

Instagram, the popular picture-sharing app that allows users to apply unique filters to their photos, was heavily criticized today for an update to its Terms of Use affirming that the company has the inalienable right to use any photos uploaded to the site for paid or sponsored content. Users of the app were outspoken in... MORE »

Article by drewthegoose
December 14, 2012

Student Decides He Suffers from ADHD after Taking Adderall

A University of Missouri student decided Sunday that he suffers from ADHD after taking a dosage of the drug adderall. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a psychiatric and neurobehavioral disorder most commonly associated with inattentiveness. The disorder has grown in popularity over the last decade thanks to a combination of awareness for the... MORE »