Inside “Operation Snitch Bitch”

In the wake of the administration’s decision to force eight students to leave campus without Honor Violation trials, the EC President has decided to declassify W&L documents containing sensitive information that reveal a successful sting operation run by W&L’s Public Safety Division. The document entitled “Operation Snitch Bitch” revealed a plan implemented by the Public … Continue reading Inside “Operation Snitch Bitch”

Mock Con Couldn’t Stop the Bern (No Matter How Hard They Tried)

We all know what went down in the 2016 Democratic Primary. Senator Bernie Sanders was screwed out of his nomination by the superdelegates of the Democratic Party and probably Jeffery Epstein. Well this past weekend, Washington & Lee held our very own Democratic Convention, affectionately referred to as “Mock Con.” And just weeks after the … Continue reading Mock Con Couldn’t Stop the Bern (No Matter How Hard They Tried)

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

Cadavers losing ground in tunnel war with the Mole People

In a conflict so mysterious, so exclusive that your friend who sometimes goes to windfall hasn’t even heard about it, the Cadavers’ ongoing tunnel war against the Mole People has taken a turn for the worst. Within the subterranean caverns beneath Washington and Lee University, the shouts of soldiers echo through the Cadaver stronghold: “WE … Continue reading Cadavers losing ground in tunnel war with the Mole People

90% of GreekRank commenters discovered to be Russian Bots

In the latest development of the recent Russian hacking scandals, GreekRank - a website that allows students to rank their Greek affiliated peers according to essential criteria like looks, classiness, and popularity - was found to be compromised by a system of Kremlin-sponsored bots. While frequently suspected that the accuracy of overall ratings was being negatively affected by self-ranking, a recent Congressional probe into … Continue reading 90% of GreekRank commenters discovered to be Russian Bots