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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 »
Last Thursday, a brand new bar had its grand opening on Marshall Street. DJ’s recently joined Chuck’s, Faegan’s, Lucy’s, and Harry’s to become the latest installment in Syracuse University campus bars, which evidently are all required by law to have an apostrophe and an “s” at the end of the name. When Maggie’s was... MORE »
A Syracuse University student with a keen eye for the obvious has boldly predicted that every store on Marshall Street will be a “sandwich shoppe” by year’s end. Ronald Carlson noticed that there was a new Jrecks Subs on the popular shopping avenue, replacing “whatever the hell used to be there.” Jrecks now joins Subway,... MORE »
Marshall St. forced to close off road, turn pedestrians away as class skipping students flocked to the famed block. As more and more students ignored their class schedules in lieu of pizza, bubble tea, and Slider’s Belgian fries, Marshall Street swarmed with said slackers. The popular eateries and cafes could not contain the masses of... MORE »
On the first day of classes, something that happens every year”¦happened. Again. Students of all ages, scratching their heads and staring blankly at their schedules, headed into Marshall Square Mall, where they proceeded to wander aimlessly around, bumping into each other, looking for a Spanish class or a math class that, somehow, is taught... MORE »