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When did popped collars stop being cool? In junior high, you knew who the cool kids were. They had the coolest spot on the playground at recess, sat at the back of the bus, and popped their collars. Those young’ns looked fresh! Then a disaster occurred. The clean-cut, preppy look was replaced with the grungy,... MORE »
Junior Gary Fisher was carried off the quad today by ambulance after showing symptoms of heat stroke, dehydration and first degree sunburn. The ETS major was in the sun all day after all of his classes were moved outside. His roommate, Arthur Shaw, said that at Fisher’s first class of the day, the professor polled... MORE »
In keeping with an ever-growing acceptance rate and a lack of housing at Syracuse University, Chancellor Nancy Cantor announced Wednesday that SU will introduce a new class for the Fall 2010 semester called Introduction to Camping and the Outdoors. “We figured we could capitalize on a situation that is, quite frankly, less than optimal for... MORE »
Many incoming freshmen are told that the Syracuse University quad is a wonderful place to play Frisbee, kick a soccer ball around, or just lounge around in the sun while reading for their English class. However, they are warned of the State University of New York: Environmental Sciences and Forestry quad: no person is allowed... MORE »
The snow is gone. The grass is getting green. Students are free to walk outside. Just don’t walk on the grass. On Monday, freshman English and Textual Studies major Sharon Jones was in a hurry as she entered the quad on her way to class. The sidewalk was crowded, since classes had just emptied, and... MORE »
Ashlee Verrier, a spokesperson for Syracuse University’s Sod Integration Committee (SIC), a subdivision of Physical Plant, said Thursday that the University has “big plans for campus” this Arbor Day. Believe it or not, we are actually going to cover the campus in grass. Verrier, a 1981 graduate of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry,... MORE »
Imagine my surprise when I walked back to my hotel in NYC with my parents, only to be greeting with “Welcome Syracuse University”. I was astonished. As the snow fell I realized what had happened: I was back in Syracuse. I quickly screamed at my parents for kidnapping/date raping me back to SU while I... MORE »
Well… Not entirely. They were correct that the world was going to end around 2012, but they got the date wrong. I’d rather not be the one to tell you, but the world ended on December 7th 2010. Yes that’s right. On 12/7/10, ESPN (Entertainment Sports Programming Network) launched a new sub-division of their mammoth... MORE »
Since our beloved SU football team is 6-2 and resting comfortably at second place in the Big East, Carrier Corp., your “world leader in air conditioners, furnaces, hvac and central air conditioning products, providing air conditioning, heating and refrigeration,”Â and giant domes, has decided to implement Real3D technology into the stadium. As if you didn’t already... MORE »
A source close to the Dallas Cowboys is reporting that Tony Romo is being placed on the injury report and will not start next week against Jacksonville. Â When asked how severe the injury was and what it may consist of the source simply shook his head and muttered under his breath, “someone stepped just a... MORE »
The men’s bathroom mirror in Shaw Hall has apparently lost all reflectivity. Rest assured, FixIt is on it and DPS already has a suspect list of who may have committed the heinous crime. MORE »