School of Management Creates New Course That Helps Door-to-Door Frat Pledges Actually Get People to Come to Their Parties  
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School of Management Creates New Course That Helps Door-to-Door Frat Pledges Actually Get People to Come to Their Parties  

By, Erin McLaughlin BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton University’s renowned School of Management has finally created a course that helps frat pledges learn how to properly push flyers for their lame parties. The course teaches proper techniques for desperately knocking on residence hall doors to hand out flyers and other important lessons for pledges to succeed … Continue reading

Unidentified Sludge On Floor Of The Rat Freezes In Frigid Binghamton Weather
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Unidentified Sludge On Floor Of The Rat Freezes In Frigid Binghamton Weather

By Ron A. Muck Winter in Binghamton is as bad as it gets, but this year has certainly been a standout as State Street’s famous Rathskeller sludge has reportedly frozen solid. The sludge, a black muck you probably recognize from the shoes of way-too-turnt freshmen, was discovered completely solidified across the entire floor of the … Continue reading

People Flock To Times Square From Around the World to Get Pneumonia
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People Flock To Times Square From Around the World to Get Pneumonia

By Constantine Markotsis Times Square, New York City— Tourists from around the world have flocked to Manhattan for the annual American rite of disseminating swine flu to commemorate the commencement of a new calendar year. This year was particularly successful, especially after the temperature dropped below Oy Vey! °F.   The bizarre ritual of watching … Continue reading