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The class of 2012 and all its friends can breath a collective sigh of relief about at least one thing as May 11th approaches, thanks to some timely research conducted by the University of Southern California. According to chief researchers, 98% of the student body was under the impression that Commencement, or “graduation” in dirty... MORE »
Syracuse University made a controversial decision Sunday evening when they decided to make the flag-waving man from Nas and Damien Marley’s Block Party set their commencement speaker. Some students are outraged over the flag-wielding entertainer’s lack of credentials; an equal amount of students are “legit pumped to see this guy work his magic again for... MORE »
Two months after the initiation of the oil crisis in the American Gulf Coast, Syracuse University Chancellor Nancy Cantor announced Thursday that British Petroleum Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg will give the Commencement Speech at the school’s 2011 Graduation Ceremony. Chancellor Cantor has extended an offer to the BP Chairman, but is still trying to determine if... MORE »
Guys, this is getting a little silly. On Thursday, the DO featured two more opinion articles on why Jamie Dimon is a poor choice for commencement speaker. We can now hate Dimon for his company’s environmental policies in addition to its help in nearly ruining our economy. While we’re at it, don’t forget his close... MORE »
Many of you may have received an e-mail from the university, defending Jamie Dimon as the choice for commencement speaker. This is NOT the original letter, but it IS what SU was actually saying, in my opinion. Here is the translation: Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, We noticed that there have been concerns about the... MORE »