Senior Liberal Arts Major Enters Hammock Cocoon on Spine,  Will Emerge as Unemployed Parasite in Two Weeks
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Senior Liberal Arts Major Enters Hammock Cocoon on Spine, Will Emerge as Unemployed Parasite in Two Weeks

By Tom Casey and Dan Kersten Senior Jacob Yesac bid farewell to his friends and family yesterday, as he cozied into his checkerboard hammock alongside the Spine. Lined with Shakespearean plays and internship rejection letters, Jacob’s hammock promises to be a safe, comfortable home for the next fourteen days. Jacob looks forward to his transformation … Continue reading

Sophomore Suspects He Can Totally Get Away with Plagiarism, But Chooses Not to Risk It
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Sophomore Suspects He Can Totally Get Away with Plagiarism, But Chooses Not to Risk It

By Matt Carrigan Now that spring break has come and gone, students are struggling to crank out the papers that are left in the final stretch of the semester. Some students took the advice of their parents and accomplished something during the break, but daredevils like sophomore Michael Aton made time for more important activities. … Continue reading