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--Darcy Olmstead '21, with Libby Lanier '21 & Gabriela Gomez-Misserian '21.
In an attempt to impress his new-found friends, George Foreman, ‘21, stands in the thirty-minute poster fair line, prepared to invest his summer savings on overlarge posters of bikini-clad women. Clinging onto his Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner posters showcasing sparkly string bikinis, George envisions his suave dorm room to attract girls of the same … Continue reading 5’2″ Freshman Boy Stands in Poster Line with 50 Sports Illustrated Bikini Posters of Gigi Hadid
GRAHAM-LEES—Despite the university’s best efforts to force friendships among first-years, California native and RA Kallie Stephenson has described the task as “exceedingly difficult” due to the influx of bland-looking white males on campus. “We started classes two weeks ago and I, speaking for the rest of the girls on my hall, still can’t tell you … Continue reading Cause for concern? Batch of generic-looking, unremarkably named white boys actually Class of 2021
What follows is a careful analysis of the social pecking order for the 2017-2018 school year, compiled by our analysts using a top secret ranking methodology. 1. Beta 2. Chi Psi 3. FIJI 4. KA 5. Kappa Sig 6. Lambda 7. Phi Delt 8. Phi Society 9. Pi Phi 10. Pike 11. Sigma Chi 12. … Continue reading Fuck it, Let’s Just Rank the Fraternities and Get it Over With
In celebration of the one-year anniversary of third year housing, known behind closed doors as ‘Phase One,’ Student Affairs unveiled the rest of its much-anticipated university improvement plan designed to fix major stylistic issues present at Washington & Lee. A relatively mundane Phase Two is the construction of senior housing, also expediently built and capable of accommodating … Continue reading Student Affairs reveals University Improvement Plan; relocating campus to Massachusetts
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