This morning in Introduction to Psychology, Jones College Freshman Simone Johnson raised her hand and asked to be excused to the restroom. “We’re in college now, and first impressions are key,” Johnson said. “I didn’t want to be rude by just getting up and walking out. The professor would definitely remember if I did that, […]Read More
Monthly archives for September, 2014
Last week, in a move facilitated by H&D, Seibel servery began using Lovett to make toast for breakfast. The long awaited decision has sent a wave of euphoria over the student body. “About damn time,” said Ted Reyes, ‘85. Lovett students, now forced to sleep on the road, are thankful for their upgraded living conditions. […]Read More
Saying he’s “usually a pretty open and accepting guy,” recently Ally Trained Hanszen sophomore Jack Kozinski is also a racist asshole, according to reports. The Well Being Office offers Ally Training to help combat and provide support against the structural hardships that LGBTQ students face on campus. Despite his completion of the program, sources close […]Read More
In a controversial decision, the administration has decided to eliminate all campus transportation to cut expenses to subsidize its building expenses.
The Dean of Undergraduates, Dr. John Hutchinson, has addressed the situation with an unconventional solution: carrying students to class on his back. Dean Hutch, in a campus wide email late last night, had this to say:Read More
The Rice University Crisis Management Team reminded students to wear warm clothing when they leave for classes today in a statement released early this morning. “Due to the sudden, dramatic drop in temperature Houston is currently experiencing, we would like to encourage students to dress appropriately; snow pants, parkas, and boots would be adequate attire,” […]Read More