Taken from the private journal of Susan Smith, a W&L student currently studying abroad in the UK. Reader discretion is advised. ... Dear Diary, Lately I’ve been feeling something taking root inside me, festering, rotting me from within. It’s like I’m slowly becoming something other that myself, something dark, something…European. The mere sight of clothing … Continue reading Diary of a study abroad student
Apparently, the decision to name the school after Confederate General Robert E. Lee was just a cover the whole time. Typical dirty, leftist trick. But thanks to a select number of courageous students, those meddling liberals have been foiled again. Skeptical? Then answer this: If the College Republicans are silenced, who else will represent the … Continue reading Groundbreaking Breitbart exposé sheds new light on W&L’s long history of systemic oppression against rich, white Republicans.
It’s that time of year again. The leaves on our campus have turned from their lush, summer-time green to the orange and red hues that we so deeply appreciate in this scenic area of America. Men from all corners of campus are gathering this Sunday to give thanks for both the glory of Appalachia … Continue reading Bros-giving
In a recent email to the student body, President Dudley, on behalf of the facilities team at W&L, announced the disturbing cause behind the recent collapse of the ceiling in Nuestro Hogar Latino and the known sinking of third year is not the result of poor planning or systemic neglect of students of color, but … Continue reading Boo! Facilities Blames Ghost Infestation for Recent Housing Failures
As one of America’s oldest universities, it is no surprise that the W&L campus is home to a plethora of superstitions, suspected hauntings, and secrets. From the many audacious, horny squirrels to the salad bar lady who acts like every bowl has personally wronged her to the large workload due every Friday, us students are … Continue reading Top 7 Places on Campus that Could Easily Feature in a Horror Movie