Ethan Busch
Class of 2023
Ethan Busch is a sophomore majoring in Linguistics and Classics from Baltimore, Maryland. He is the Publisher, and the Presentations Co-Chief alongside James Gunn. He has previously held a number of staff positions, including Sports Editor and Humor Editor. In high school, Ethan was involved with his school’s paper as first the sports editor and then editor-in-chief. He is also a Resident Advisor in Hoeing for the 2020-2021 school year.

Articles by Ethan

Carnivorous dandelions are coming to campus

To cut down on the campus’ unmanageable yellowjacket infestation, a UR professor has released her research on breeding carnivorous dandelions.

UR not connected

WiFi has been disabled all day. Whatever. Not my problem. Maybe I’ll fix it tomorrow. Maybe not. Probably not.

The joy of a crowd

Campus is alive again. I’m excited about it. I’m excited to hear your stories, and to write new ones together.

CT Eats: Bubby’s BBQ is well worth the price

So how do you pack so much punch into your meat? You start cooking at 4 a.m., which is what McClean does every day the restaurant is open. This way, the food is ready by the time they open at 2.

Remember this pandemic

If I’ve learned anything about CT as Publisher, it’s that when we do our best work, we represent the memory of the student body.

Poetry from the Publisher

These works were so moving, we felt it would complete our image as a morally emaciated, corrupt media outlet to withhold these from the public.

April Fools! No guests allowed.

It’s always surprising when Reslife is organized enough to announce something, let alone have a policy.

Letter to the Editor: What the FUCK is up with laundry on this campus

I hope nobody’s breaking guest policy to get laid, because there’s not a chance in hell they’ll ever get to wash those sheets.

Boat’s Stuck. Can’t Help.

From the April Fools section: The current plan is to have the Mechanical Engineering students design tugboats to pull the larger boat into place.

Goodbye number nine

Drew Brees did as much for New Orleans as any athlete has ever done for their city.