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Article by Jessica Covington
February 8, 2012

An Only Child’s Guide to Siblings Day

February brings a lot to the table as the second month of the year. We’ve got Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, and the all too important Canadian Heritage Day. But one day in particular has got me feeling like I’ve inhaled too many nail polish fumes – Siblings Day. Why, do you ask? Simple: I am... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
December 28, 2011

What Your New Years Plans Say About You (Hofstra)

This article is part of our “Let’s Keep This Website Awesome Over Winter Break” Tournament series. Check out the opposing article here and be sure to ‘like’ your favorite! Welcoming in the New Year is a grandiose occasion for many Americans as well as those other people that live in places not as awesome as... MORE »

Video by Anonymous
December 19, 2011

Scoop Jardine’s Family Ties

Syracuse University senior guard Scoop Jardine relies on his family for support , encouragement and keeping his connection with his hometown of Philadelphia. Produced by Ivory Hecker for TheNewsHouse.com. MORE »

Article by halfmanhalfamazing
December 9, 2011

Posting Your Article: The Emotional Turmoil of a Campus Basement Writer

Writers for Campus Basement are kind of similar to that Vietnamese prostitute I met while backpacking in Southeast Asia”¦we are constantly getting pissed on. “Are you honestly going to continue using my wall as advertising space?” asks my Grandma. “Yes Grammy, I am. And you know what else, I think your crocheting is overrated”¦yeah, I... MORE »

Article by USC Staff
November 24, 2011

Bowling for Turkeys: Thanks from the USC Basement

Dear Readers, We here at Campus Basement are very grateful for quite a lot this Thanksgiving: friends, family, devoted readers, pets, good food, Facebook likes for our articles, etc. Well, wait a minute… using that et cetera’s not quite right, is it? It’s a rare person these days who goes deeply into everything he or... MORE »

Article by Piliour
December 2, 2010

Annoyingly Inquisitive Family Friends Cause Student to Lie About Career Plans

Jeff Tanner’s parents brought it up every day. His grandparents asked about it every time they spoke on the phone. Finally, Jeff’s parents’ friends started to ask about it. It happens to every recent grad, and will happen to every graduating senior: chronic questioning. “What are you doing after college?” “Why haven’t you started applying... MORE »