Cadavers Advance From Tagging to Murals

As students poured back into Lexington after Washington Break, many noticed a change in the usual scenery. Instead of the Cadaver Society's signature scribbled tag, large and complex murals of skulls, thirteens, and other symbols of the society can be seen on buildings across campus. The Cadavers have declined to comment on the recent shift … Continue reading Cadavers Advance From Tagging to Murals

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Hottest All-Gender Restrooms of 2018 

The Restrooms at the Center for Global Learning Kenneth P. Ruscio Center for Global Learning lives up to its name with a world-class set of all-gender restrooms. Visitors enjoy spacious toilette suites with heated seats. Fumble around with the bidet and enjoy the aromatic offerings of the adjacent Tea House. Payne Hall 1st Floor Restroom … Continue reading Hottest All-Gender Restrooms of 2018 

Cause for concern: winter weather eliminates final trace of W&L campus diversity

Panic abounded in the Washington and Lee Admissions Office this morning after waking up to find that campus was 100% white. W&L’s president, struck with fear, immediately collaborated with maintenance to order salt trucks, shovels, and snow plows to tackle the inclement weather; a noble effort, indeed, to prevent the school from falling from “last” … Continue reading Cause for concern: winter weather eliminates final trace of W&L campus diversity

Protest forms outside WLUR Radio Station as Christmas music starts up in November

This first week in November, three separate protests, each with 3-4 individual persons, were peacefully performed outside the WLUR radio station. Their message, one protestor stated, is “NO MORE CHRISTMAS SONGS FOUR WEEKS EARLY." The riotous groups of scrooges were seen holding signs such as “Neither Holiday Reason nor Open Season,” “This Is Just Ridiculous,” … Continue reading Protest forms outside WLUR Radio Station as Christmas music starts up in November

W&L Greek Life resorting to a sorting hat to divide freshman girls into sororities

After a Harry Potter marathon and one too many butter beers, Panhell has come to a group decision to use a sorting hat to place girls into sororities this year. Although unconventional, they are really excited about the potential outcomes. “I just think it’ll be a really great way to get six groups of girls … Continue reading W&L Greek Life resorting to a sorting hat to divide freshman girls into sororities

Spotted: Upperclassmen boys trying to normalize girl’s rush date style as their own

PRONTO GELATORIO- The boys are finally catching on. Forced, uncomfortable small talk, in other words, has begun to replace informal, relaxed socialization that had been the norm for decades prior. Why have a chill gathering upstairs in a fraternity house when you could, instead, ask every possible question of a freshman’s mundane summer as a … Continue reading Spotted: Upperclassmen boys trying to normalize girl’s rush date style as their own