WebAdvisor proud to bring out the worst in every student

Late last night, a symphony of sharp cussing could be heard from every corner of the quad, coinciding with the Freshman Class’ registration period. “This is $&#*# $&#@(!” one screamed, having clicked three seconds too early after waking up an hour before to prepare for the big moment. “I’M DROPPING OUT TO BECOME A STRIPPER” … Continue reading WebAdvisor proud to bring out the worst in every student

First student stakes position in computer lab for fall registration

Small tent communities are beginning to take over all available space outside of Leyburn, Huntley, and the Science center as students prepare for course registration, the event that could mean life, death, or worse- a crappy spring term schedule. The most dedicated few, who have been staked out since early this week to secure the … Continue reading First student stakes position in computer lab for fall registration

Area recruiter wants interview to be more of a conversation

Insisting on being called “Jenny,” Deutsche Bank’s own hip, young, 20-something campus recruiter Genevieve Moranne reportedly won the trust of Brody MacIsaacson, ’17, in a matter of seconds. In an excited phone call to his mom directly following the interview, MacIsaacson gushed about Moranne’s “laid back” nature, mentioning that she even went so far as … Continue reading Area recruiter wants interview to be more of a conversation

Late-night balcony talk leads to productive discussion on status of world affairs

After breaking out a few brewskis and cigars, Tommy and Mike sat down on their fraternity house balcony to rehash the week’s current events last Tuesday night. In a surprise twist that no one saw coming, however, both political insiders became defensive of their preconceived notions and frustrated at the other’s relative ignorance. Both age … Continue reading Late-night balcony talk leads to productive discussion on status of world affairs

Report: 45% of class time spent piggy-backing off of Deirdre’s point

Eager to show off her freshly acquired knowledge from the previous night’s reading, Freshman Deirdre Hoffman kicked off an insightful discussion in her Sociology 124 seminar this past week. “I just really felt that, like, the point the author made on page 2 really emphasized the point she made in her thesis, and that just, … Continue reading Report: 45% of class time spent piggy-backing off of Deirdre’s point

Area dad reviews jokes for upcoming doctor’s office visit

Quickly thumbing through his trusty stack of flashcards before settling in for an early night, Larry Stevens, 52, is reportedly looking forward to making a splash at tomorrow's yearly check-up. The self-described "light of the waiting room," Stevens, of course, has his usual arsenal of zingers ready to go. "Scale must be broken," "an apple … Continue reading Area dad reviews jokes for upcoming doctor’s office visit