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Article by Zeke Foster
December 1, 2011

Intelligence Goes Down in Flames.

Today, in the Mack Student Center cafeteria, a fire broke out unexpectedly. This caused stir and panic amongst the students, some wondering why the fire started, and some wondering which silly person could have caused it? Apparently, at around four o’clock in the afternoon, a girl, whose current identity will remain anonymous, put a plate... MORE »

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November 8, 2011

MUPD Confirms Ellis Library Arson “A real weirdo”

After compiling all the facts of the case and arresting Christopher Kelly, who turned himself in after being caught on nearly every single camera in the library (most of them catching detailed shots of his facial features), Mizzou police have confirmed Kelly is completely nuts.   According the police report*, Kelly set 10 different fires... MORE »

Article by Annie Segal
October 13, 2011

Fire Alarm in Bird May Have Stunted Society’s Growth

Quietly sitting at scattered tables, eager undergraduates deeply ponder the categorical imperative, carefully calculate the velocity of the expanding universe, and reflectively consider the ultimate symbolism of Moby Dick (while occasionally giggling at his name).  Suddenly, the serenity is shattered—with a cacophonous “BEEP, BEEP, BEEP”—crashing into their skulls like a ball-peen hammer.   The reaction... MORE »

Article by Lia Woodward
October 9, 2011

USC Week in Review: News Happened!

The finest alternative source of this week’s DailyTrojan Headlines Noticeable lack of USC student participation in Occupy Wall Street Protest Looks like the Protest of the Occupy Wall Street Protest was a smashing success!!   Students struggle to maintain internships and GPA It’s time to make a decision: which one do we kill?   More... MORE »

Article by Anonymous
March 23, 2010

Interview With Manley Field House Fire Survivor

CuseMyCampus Exclusive! Senior Editor Brian Winston sits down with Chris Hutsko to discuss the fire that erupted at Manley Field house Monday March 22nd. The fire caused electrical outages in Euclid and Comstock neighborhoods for around 30 minutes. Brian: Hi Chris, thanks for taking your time to meet with us.Chris: It’s Jack. Er, Um.. John…Jacky... MORE »