Latin major realizes he better become Pope to make anything of education

Greg Freeman, a sophomore Latin major with a minor in outwardly justifying his major, reportedly made the tough realization yesterday while translating Homer’s Odyssey to English, presumably for the first time in the book’s history. A second-place finisher in the South Honeydale Regional Spelling Bee three years ago, Freeman was reportedly drawn to the subject … Continue reading Latin major realizes he better become Pope to make anything of education

Sighing Hillary Clinton found skipping rocks alone along Woods Creek

The forlorn former Presidential candidate was spotted Thursday by a Peer Counselor out for a jog, who, slightly concerned, described the scene. “She was just, sort of, softly crying to herself, occasionally kicking the dirt under the feet,” the Peer Counselor reported, who soon sat down beside Clinton, put an arm around her shoulder, and … Continue reading Sighing Hillary Clinton found skipping rocks alone along Woods Creek

Sweaty, drunk freshman feeling “pretty good” about chances with senior at basement party

Three shotgunned beers deep at the crowded basement party, freshman Gary Scott is reportedly getting some "good vibes" from senior Laura Parks. "Yeah, I bumped into her in line for the bathroom and she seemed pretty into me," Scott said, with t-shirt perspiration stains quickly becoming too large to ignore. "We talked, like, a ton." … Continue reading Sweaty, drunk freshman feeling “pretty good” about chances with senior at basement party

Traveller’s ghost comes home to stables, disappointed to find two Mercedes still there

After spending some time retracing his steps in a national tour of Civil War battlefields and following Kanye’s (recently cancelled) St. Pablo Tour, the ghost of Robert E. Lee’s horse Traveller came home to his final resting place at Washington and Lee University. However, upon ascending the Washington Street hill, the ghost neighed in sadness … Continue reading Traveller’s ghost comes home to stables, disappointed to find two Mercedes still there

Clif® food scientists unveil “not enough time for any meal” 2500g protein bar

Following a string of student complaints about not having time to consume pre-paid, pre-cooked meals in the dining hall, the Clif® corporation designed the new bar with the intention to substitute a week’s worth of food with a “single serving of awesome.” Judging by the unanimously positive student reviews, it may have hit the jackpot. “Yeah,” … Continue reading Clif® food scientists unveil “not enough time for any meal” 2500g protein bar

University to add “Microwaves and How to Use Them” seminar to O-week following many, many fire alarms

After Red Thursday, in which three fire alarms were set off in Graham-Lee’s in one day, the University decided to crack down on extraneous fire alarms by adding a brand-new component to the O-Week curriculum. “‘Microwaves and How to Use Them’ is going to be a comprehensive look at the proper usage of microwave ovens … Continue reading University to add “Microwaves and How to Use Them” seminar to O-week following many, many fire alarms

God to postpone all winter weather ahead of anticipated Bean Boot shortage

In a surprise statement on Monday, God announced He will defer all plans to inflict snow, sleet, and ice on Lexington until L.L. Bean can meet demand for its signature Bean Boots. The Almighty Being released a brief edict to creation stating it would be cruel to subject college students to flurries and ‘really cold … Continue reading God to postpone all winter weather ahead of anticipated Bean Boot shortage