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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 »

October 31, 2012

Overbearing Mother Who Attended Parents’ Weekend Still Refusing to Say Who Gave Her a Hickey at the Tailgate

Monica Del Valle, a 46-year-old bank manager from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, became the object of intense scrutiny this past week after her son Danny, a junior studying Economics, noticed a small, asymmetrical bruise on his mother’s neck as she pulled him away from a keg stand. According to initial reports, the jovial atmosphere was disrupted... MORE »

Article by Chris Varney
October 18, 2012

Fraternity refuses to suspend uranium enrichment program despite sanctions

   Another round of negotiations fell through between the Tau Kappa Chi (TKX) Fraternity and the United Nations concerning TKX’s uranium enrichment program Wednesday. This most recent round of negotiations appears to be the last as neither side is willing to make concessions. The fraternity and the UN have been in talks since UN weapons... MORE »

Video by jillboard
April 6, 2012

Call Ramapo, Maybe

“Call Me Maybe” is inarguably the best song to ever grace our planet. The godsend of a tune inspired some Ramafolk to dance, asking you to call Ramapo, maybe. However, it would be unwise and pointless to call Ramapo unless making a vulgar prank phone call. That is all. Enjoy the video with cameos from... MORE »

Article by Piliour
February 19, 2012

Blog of a Frat Bro: Trip to the Library

Yo yo yo! Whasup, my linjas? Is that racist? Shit, if that’s racist, I’m sorry, dawgs. My b. But I’ve got a wicked case of Lin fever. Like, I went to the hospital and they said I had a 103º fever, “most likely caused by a venereal disease.” Which I’m assuming is doctor-speak for Linsanity.... MORE »

Article by Piliour
January 25, 2012

Dartmouth Student Swims in Poop, Officials Want Proof

Andrew Lohse stinks. No, it’s not a hygiene thing. It’s because he was the victim of fraternal hazing. According to a report, Lohse, a Dartmouth senior, was forced to swim in fecal matter, urine, semen and rotten food while pledging Sigma Alpha Epsilon in the Fall of 2010. Lohse also reported being forced to drink... MORE »

Article by Piliour
December 14, 2011

Dear Frat Brothers…Sincerely, Reply All

Dear Joe Frat: It’s me, Reply All. Remember me? Of course you do. To many of you, I’m simply known as Reply. Unfortunately, Reply is my brother. My parents weren’t very creative, and because my brother is more of a private, shy guy, they figured they’d try again with me, maybe see if they could... MORE »

Article by Piliour
December 8, 2011

Blog of a Frat Bro: Finals Week Edition

‘Sup, my nuggets? That’s the safest way I can use the word I should be allowed to use, but fuckin’ peepz don’t get that I’m fuckin’ Sirius: mad black, yo. Dat’s da bull standard for ya, da bullshit standard. N E way, hope your all treatin’ you’re final exams like butts and stickin’ it to... MORE »

Article by Rebecca Kriegman
November 30, 2011

The Art of the Fracket

Fracket: Noun. A portmanteau of “frat” and “jacket.” An exterior layer of warmth worn to social gatherings or festivities held at fraternity houses. Immediately shed at the door or behind a couch. Preferably a $7 coat from Wal-Mart or an old throwback from long lost middle school days of Abercrombie. Probable defects: broken zipper, missing buttons, lack of actual... MORE »