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Article by Syracuse Staff
February 23, 2010

Student Awake After Month-Long Food Coma

The Syracuse University community breathed a sigh of relief today with the news that freshman Dominic Hester awoke early this morning following a food coma that lasted nearly a month. Dominic slipped into the coma following his trip to the famed Dinosaur Barbeque on the night of January 25, 2010. Roommate Chris Battle described the... MORE »

Video by Anonymous
February 23, 2010

Man Vs Food Ramen Challenge My Movie 3.wmv

College student eats 8 packs of ramen for cusemycampus.com MORE »

Article by Piliour
February 18, 2010

Chicken Not-So-Little

On Friday, February 19, Kevin Ashton was turned away from Kimmel Dining Center because he was too fat. Ashton approached Kimmel at approximately 1:35 a.m., prime time for Kimmel-goers. However, when he got to the entrance, security guards were in place, upholding the new policy that all guests to Kimmel are required to have the... MORE »

Article by Piliour
February 17, 2010

Contest! Contest! CONTEST!

Ladies and gentlemen. It is my distinct pleasure to announce Cuse My Campus’s very first CONTEST! Hopefully, most of you have seen or heard about the show Man v. Food. If you haven’t, here’s a brief summary of what happens. Adam Richman, the show’s host and my own personal hero, goes around to different cities... MORE »

Article by Piliour
February 16, 2010

Bacon: Is There Anything It Can’t Do?

Early on Tuesday morning, bacon added to its candidacy for god-like status by performing a miracle. On that fateful day, bacon saved a life. Anthony Fabioni was hungry. Not just hungry. He was starving. “I hadn’t eaten in almost 6 hours,” claims Fabioni, still recovering from his near-death experience. “There was nothing in my system... MORE »

Article by Piliour
February 16, 2010

Augie’s: Goodbye, Old Friend

A few months ago, Augie’s Pizzeria did the unthinkable: it closed down. For years, Augie’s brought joy to the lives of SU students, stumbling back from their favorite waterholes and in desperate need of sustenance. And at one dollar per slice, the drunkards were loath to resist the siren call of steaming mozzarella, sweet marinara... MORE »