Dom and his roommates have decided to take a road trip all around the US following graduation on May 16th. They figured it could be a great experience and another way to put off applying for jobs so soon. It wasn’t long before they saw this trip as an opportunity to create some buzz within the Syracuse University area.
BroTrippin.com will include daily pictures, blogs, videos, and a list of daily goals and accomplishments they plan on completing on their 45 day journey!
Check out their site, and of course watch this awesome video of them.
So it turns out, the SU community has some questions for the people at CuseMyCampus. And since CMC is too prude to answer those questions, they asked me to handle it. My answers may not shoot a rainbow off the screen and into your gut, and you may feel offended to the extreme. But sometimes,... MORE »
Two Syracuse University students studying in London have launched an entertainment and opinions website called Kwestioner.com. The purpose of the site is to bring you interesting and engaging stories from the worlds of news, entertainment, sports, and gaming, and to find out how you feel about them. We got to interview Bill, the co-founder of... MORE »
The Challenge: The life of a student is full of stress. Boredom, isolation, exams, relationship and finances are common causes of stress in a student. The Science: Despite the hectic schedule and busy life, there are many ways that students can fight stress and relax. The Solution: Here are simple ways and tips that can... MORE »
My friend was out of town for the weekend and scheduled to return on April 1st. We couldn’t resist the opportunity to have a little fun with him, so we made his dorm room disappear. Is this the best dorm prank in Duke University history? You decide. MORE »
Dear Campus Basement readers, Are you curious to see who the incoming freshmen are? Do you want to hear how young and innocent they all are? Are you reminiscing when you were still in high school and were anticipating Cuse? Well you are in luck because I have recently gone undercover posing as an incoming... MORE »
The Carrier Dome is the nation’s largest on-campus basketball venue and the student section, Otto’s Army, is its heart and soul. Syracuse students will camp outside in the frigid Syracuse winter for days on end outside of the Dome in an area known affectionately as “Boeheimburg”. When the game tips off, no other arena can... MORE »
Sam’s dad bet him $100 that he couldn’t do one backflip (backflip, gainer, wallflip, etc.) each day of 2011. Well, let’s just say that Sam’s dad is now $100 poorer and Sam is probably dizzy as shit. Watch this amazing video of Sam doing crazy backflips all over Cuse. Pretty damn impressive. He also shoots... MORE »
Syracuse University’s sophomore Jenna Race who’s a member of Zamboni Revolution improv comedy group shares a few of her favorite knock-knock jokes with a friend. Produced by Pamela Masin for TheNewsHouse.com. MORE »
Syracuse University senior guard Scoop Jardine relies on his family for support , encouragement and keeping his connection with his hometown of Philadelphia. Produced by Ivory Hecker for TheNewsHouse.com. MORE »
A student currently attending Washington University hates his life. According to reports, he/she spends hours each day thinking up the cleverest comments possible to distract himself from his/her own self-hatred, including “You’re not funny” and “This isn’t funny.” This student was last seen playing World of Warcraft. And he is NOT Chuck Norris. It has... MORE »
Lyrics: This one is for the girls with North faces Leggings, UGG boots, you know we had braces, When we come up on ya’ campus, you better respect us If not, fall back, don’t try to undress us And we pretty, we’re witty, we rock Hello Kitty We spend our parents money on a trip to... MORE »
Title says all. During peacefully Occupy Movement, police came in to tear down tents and proceeded to arrest students who stood in their way. Once students peacefully demanded the release of the arrested, a police officer unnecessarily pepper sprays the students to open a path for the rest of the officers MORE »