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Article by AE
April 1, 2012

New $1.56 Million Gorge Safety Plan

Recently, Cornell committed to spending 1.56 million dollars to make the gorges safer.  To put that in perspective, that’s enough money to cover almost forty years of Cornell tuition – reduce our campus’ carbon footprint by 30% – or, at the very least, it’s enough to get someone better than Taio Cruz for Slope Day.... MORE »

Article by ramapops
March 17, 2012

Raised Tuition Money to Benefit Overweight Space Creatures in Star Wars Galaxy

After much speculation and whispering amongst students, the truth is finally out about where the money from all the recent tuition increases at Ramapo College has been going. In one of his famous, “Message from the President” emails, Dr. Peter Mercer addressed the students of Ramapo College, informing them that their hard earned tuition expenses... MORE »

Article by Nick Ciccone
February 28, 2012

New Academic Building Actually a Spaceship

Hofstra’s not-so-New Academic building will give anyone an architectural boner. It’s sleek, sexy, and streamlined to perfection. But don’t let its clever name fool you, it has been confirmed that the building is actually a fully functional spacecraft built by NASA. That’s right, NASA. Shit just got serious. The New Academic building or, NAB, for... MORE »

Poll by Alex Rosenthal
February 9, 2012

Top 15 SU Memes

Never have I ever seen a trend blow up so quickly and so awesomely as the new “SU Memes” page on Facebook. I originally imagined memes as being more of an inside joke between reddit users and other internet communities, but now that they’ve become [Hipster Mermaid voice] “sooo mainstream,” college students are using everything from... MORE »

Article by Piliour
January 12, 2012

Maryland President Bathing in Money, Students Not Bathing

It was reported this week that University of Maryland President Wallace Loh has given the green light to construction on a $7.2-million mansion. According to Loh, the house is of great interest to students, alumni and faculty, alike. “I remember my days in college,” said Loh, “brunching with the dean of admissions on Tuesdays, polo... MORE »

Article by Piliour
January 11, 2012

College Tuition in the Year 2034

The Daily reported today that, after crunching the numbers based on current trends in inflation, college tuition 22 years from now will cost $422,320 at one of the country’s more prestigious (read: expensive) schools. Now I know what you’re thinking: why does it seem like there’s a weird amount of “twos” in that calculation? I don’t... MORE »

Article by Piliour
October 8, 2011

Leaf Blowers, Birth Control and Four Loko

Leaf Me Alone!: Students at Palm Beach State College started an on-campus group to protest the use of leaf blowers. In retaliation, another group of students started an organization to protest the organization of inane student organizations. Both organizations were approved by campus officials. Medical Debacle: A reporter for the East Carolina University student newspaper... MORE »

Article by Rud
September 13, 2010

Syracuse to Start Charging Cockroaches Tuition, Board.

             It was a long night for Syracuse Freshman Alex Hafey, who found a cockroach in his North Campus dorm. “It was really nasty honestly, I mean I know I left a lot of food out, but I still never expected it to happen.” Alex confessed. “I just think its... MORE »

Article by Piliour
September 9, 2010

SU Alumni E-Mails

For those of you who have graduated from Syracuse, you’ve probably gotten the e-mails that give you some advice for your future. But since no one ever reads these e-mails, I’ve decided to take it upon myself to let you know what these e-mails actually say. Here goes.   To: Class of 2010 From: Your... MORE »