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Playground Love from The NewsHouse
Our friends Irina Dvalidze and Cheryl Mowczan at The Newshouse put together this awesome compilation between innocent preschoolers and corrupt college kids talking about what love means. The fact that the preschoolers are more pronounced than the college students speaks volumes about our generation. Regardless of how you feel about love, whether it exists only to render you aching and wont to imbibe or not, it’s interesting to see the dichotomy between these two groups: the young versus the “forever young.” Happy Valentine’s Day!
In the wake of numerous South Campus apartment break-ins over Thanksgiving break and in recent weeks, the Syracuse Department of Public Safety announced in a press conference Thursday the hiring of child prodigy Kevin McAllister as a private security consultant. Mr. McAllister’s primary task will be to beef up anti-burglary measures in South Campus apartment... MORE »
Starcraft II. The sequel to the widely-successful 1998 military science fiction game, Starcraft. Employing real time strategy and targeted to college age demographics, this game accomplishes it all: awesome graphics, competitive game scenarios, intimidating yet oddly catchy computer-generated voice loops, and the new spike of bromances across universities everywhere. While the game can be played... MORE »
The Interfraternity Council is proud to announce that, for the first time ever, each frat on campus will be joining forces to provide for a very special cause. For community service hours, girls in any campus organization can sign up to take a chartered bus to the projects and deliver hand jobs to homeless men.... MORE »
Arne Duncan, the US Secretary of Education, says that teams that cannot graduate 50% of their players should not be allowed to enter the NCAA Tournament. Two teams specifically mentioned as having unsatisfactory graduation rates are Purdue and…you guessed it, Syracuse. It’s not realistic to hold athletes to the same requirements as other students whose... MORE »
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