Category Archives: No. 121
“What a very precious set of buildings, faculty, and staff,” said Dr. Schutt. “It would be an absolute shame if something were to happen to all of it,” he continued, petting his cat.
Library Director Penny Biblia recently announced that the library will no longer be loaning out certain items. The Flipside investigated the items to which students will no longer have complimentary access, and the reasons for the discontinuation of these materials.
We hope you can make it all the way through this gallery without smashing your computer screen in rage. These scumbags really are the lowest of the low.
The sole heir to the John Deere Corporation, Deering spent most of his childhood and adolescence squandering the family fortune on tobacco and donations to the Confederate Army.
Willard is the namesake of Willard Residential College, the site of her famous duel with Mortimer Schapiroose. What began as a simple argument escalated into a life-or-death shootout.
Campus historians attribute the North-South Campus divide to the original feud between Willard and Searle, but it wasn’t until the famous party switch during the great Fran’s vs. Lisa’s debate of 1897 that the current identities associated with North and South campus students emerged.
On behalf of Tappa Tappa Keg, I would like to apologize in advance for the offensive costume a TTK member will inevitably wear this Halloween. It will be tasteless and crude, and the entire TTK fraternity asks for your forgiveness.