Umbrella Etiquette

Article by apost October 5, 2010

It is always raining here in Ithaca and so it is pertinent to explain the ten rules/proper etiquette when holding an open umbrella around campus. 1. If you are tall do NOT tilt your umbrella downward because you will get me wet. 2. If you are short (and I apologize if I ever did this... MORE »

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October 3, 2010

Cornell’s all about tradition

Cornell’s Cayuga Waiters perform Sisqo’s “Thong Song” MORE »

Article by Piliour
September 30, 2010

Student Sentenced to 35-Life for Jaywalking

Over the past year, CUPD received numerous complaints about students jaywalking. Many students, for whatever reason (texting) decided to disobey pedestrian traffic laws, causing various close calls wherein motorists came within inches of running over a Cornell student.   Recently, CUPD has decided to do something about it.   On Thursday, September 16th at 3:23... MORE »

Article by Piliour
September 27, 2010

School of Hotel Administration Demands to Be Taken Seriously

In a recent press release, Michael Johnson, Dean of the Cornell School of Hotel Administration issued the following statement: “We are a real school. We are a college within an Ivy League Institution, and we demand to be taken seriously.”   The release comes only days after an incident in which an anonymous student hacked... MORE »

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September 24, 2010

Youngest Drum Major in Cornell Marching Band History

Insufficient funds for the Marching Band has led Cornell to outsource their members and instruments from their most loyal supporter in Asia MORE »

Article by Piliour
September 22, 2010

Illegal Recruitment: Lasker Foundation Rescinds Heimlich’s Award

  First Reggie Bush, now Dr. Henry Heimlich.   For those unaware, Reggie Bush’s 2005 Heisman Trophy was recently forfeited due to allegations of illegal recruitment by the University of Southern California.   Now, more committees are investigating awards endowed upon other individuals. Most recently, the Lasker Foundation has looked into Cornell University’s recruitment of... MORE »

Article by Anonymous
September 21, 2010

Ezra Cornell Was Black

Ever since Cornell University was established back in 1865, students and faculty have pondered, “Who is Mr. Cornell?”, “How did he create such a prestigious University?”, and of course, “Was that dude black?” We can’t deny the glaring facts of this mans past. 1. Cornell was founded in 1865. The very same year the Civil... MORE »

Article by apost
September 21, 2010

Sun meets daily quota of 6 errors. Editors celebrate success

And I quote… “During that semester, I experienced more diversity than I probably ever will again. From trying new foods and learning about the United Arab Emeritus” ….Terrorists have attacked for far less than not knowing the name of one of the richest federations in the world. MORE »

Article by smalls
September 21, 2010

It’s Back!

And better than ever:  MORE »

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 »