Syracuse Police Department Ranked First in Nation for Party-Busting

Article by Alfred September 20, 2012

The National Anti-Fun Association awarded the Syracuse Police as the most efficient party-patrollers in the United States. A glimpse at SPD’s crime stats shows they’ve shut down 7,342 parties in the last year along, 500 more parties than every other police force combined. This increase in heroic police work can be credited to the force’s... MORE »

Article by loganor
February 9, 2012

KFM: Cheese

Some people knit when they procrastinate. My roommate and I do this. KFM: C #3 We are going for some classic cheeses today. These are the kind of cheeses you’d probably take to prom or your grandma’s house or a church potluck. At the church potluck you’d probably also eat these cheeses. THAT’S HOW CLASSIC... MORE »

Article by Rud
October 18, 2010

Flint and Day Hall Secede from the Union(well, University)

     It was reported on Saturday, October 16th, that Day and Flint halls located on the outskirts of the University in an area commonly referred to as “Mount Olympus” were seceding from the university. “It just seemed like the right thing to do.” a Day Hall supporter of the movement commented. “We and the... MORE »

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October 16, 2010

Skits-O-Phrenics take it to the next level

President Johnny Livanos and Cody Ernst on stage at their performance ‘The Skits-O-Phrenics Fight Santa!’ Aren’t the cut-offs sexy? MORE »

Article by Piliour
November 8, 2010

Guy Blows During Pong Game, Transforms Into Girl

Everyone knows the rules: guys finger, girls blow. Everyone except for Robert DiNapoli. On Friday night, DiNapoli and his partner, Nick Smith, were in the midst of a “totally epic” game of beer pong. The rival team, headed by Mike Francesco and Tom Papas, had been dominating the match, but DiNapoli and Smith had come... MORE »

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November 25, 2010
Article by apost
September 20, 2010

Greek Week-end. No pun intended,

Cornell’s Greek Week the past two years have fallen on the weekend of the Jewish Holiday, Rosh Hashanah.  Cornell is 35% Jewish and Greek Life at Cornell is probably at least 50%. This causes a major conflict for the Pan-Hellenic Association and everyone involved in the Greek week extravaganza.                 No one participates in Greek... MORE »