A Eulogy to Blue Sky

I never thought our time together would end so suddenly. I knew that it would be hard to leave you come May, but I couldn't have imagined it would end like this. You left so quickly, I couldn't even say goodbye. I didn't know it back in December, but that cold, drizzly afternoon would be … Continue reading A Eulogy to Blue Sky

Last Minute Big/Little Reveal Costume Ideas

For the pair dedicated to their colonnade majors: Newcomb + Washington For when a Big is significantly hotter than her Little: Stacy + Stacy’s Mom For the pair that will go down in history: Rat + Black Plague For the pair that only like each other: Oscar + His Trashcan For the rivals that only … Continue reading Last Minute Big/Little Reveal Costume Ideas

Fighting Back Against Hike Supremacists

“It’s just like, what happened to sitting around?” Junior Mike Nelson asked. Hike supremacy-- thinking that being outside makes you superior to people that are inside-- has been spreading in recent years as more and more students have ventured outdoors and started evangelizing about the fresh air. Many hike supremacists unwittingly reveal themselves, often shocking … Continue reading Fighting Back Against Hike Supremacists

Reports of Close Encounters with Professors at Gym Spark Worry

An anonymous student has come forward to share her harrowing story from the W&L fitness center. The victim was approximately ten minutes into her treadmill run when she claims that her Econ professor took the treadmill directly beside her. “I was in the zone and suddenly my professor is right there running twice as fast. … Continue reading Reports of Close Encounters with Professors at Gym Spark Worry

Sophomore Denied from Study Abroad Program Dips Toe into Nationalism

“I never wanted to go to that commie wasteland in the first place,” Joe Boucher said of Paris, France, the location of the study abroad program he was recently denied from. Boucher explained that only total losers willfully leave the US, and he is no loser, despite coming in 10th place out of 11 candidates in … Continue reading Sophomore Denied from Study Abroad Program Dips Toe into Nationalism

Investigation: Student Stricken with Intense Thursday Morning Social Anxiety

“Girls at this school suck,” Claims a young man denied a DFM twice in one night. It’s a phrase heard from many among the scholarly gentlemen of the Wednesday night party scene. It is truly a feat in the art of deflection, when one is simply asked: “How was your night, my man?” With such … Continue reading Investigation: Student Stricken with Intense Thursday Morning Social Anxiety

Girl who Thinks World Literally Revolves Around her Writes Global Politics Op-Ed on Breakup

  The Radish has never before included such a unique opinion piece as Mary Brooke Washington’s article on how the state of global politics uncannily mirrors her recent break up, which came unexpectedly after two months of dating and eight months of “just hooking up.” This student gladly shared the piece, copied below, with us, … Continue reading Girl who Thinks World Literally Revolves Around her Writes Global Politics Op-Ed on Breakup