Tagged - humor

The Poster Sale Story: A Vignette of Rochester’s failing micro-economy

While most college students are no stranger to scrambling to make ends meet, this year’s iteration of the Fall Poster…

Getting Back on your Feet: The Take 6 Program

Take 6 helps students prepare for life after college by focusing on a specific field of study: how to move back in with your parents.

A guide to first-year attachment styles

Instead of studying problems that already exist and that won’t go away, it’s honestly better to try and fix things that we can actually hope to salvage

Critical Fail: New Tabletop Gaming Club Members Face Hazing

This club is renowned for its dicey decisions, and strict roles for all its members. The club in question was none other than the dastardly, the one and only: Tabletop RPG club. 

Melanie Throws A Coup

I am tired of the self-serving bureaucracy in the rigid walls of academia standing strong at this institution. So I, like Miley Cyrus on a wrecking ball, will knock them down to liberate our society from the siren’s trap of capitalist academia.

New Technology Revolutionizes Student-Campaigning

With fresh eyes and even fresher 12-packs of multicolored chalk, candidates have taken to the sidewalks to quite literally get their name out there.

“Literacy? In MY Drama Club?”

I love not knowing how to read. I’m doing so well.

Lonely Musings: A Mouse’s Memoir

Dear Diary: I got a piece of cheese from some student that thinks they’re the main character.

Move In Weekend: A Sports Commentary

Let me tell you folks, this is a real intense batch. We’ve already seen some creative use of sidewalk space, such as one first year Chatheiryn Smith, who took up 30 square feet of the PepsiCo Plaza with her nucleo-mercury retrograde-enlightened crystal collection. 

Talk to me about anything but COVID-19

While there’s undeniably a lot of material there, COVID-19 jokes are low-hanging fruit.