What happens if you take a group of student bloopers made in history classes around the nation? This article. Read on if you want to laugh.
With this increased development of technology cell phones can do almost anything,even help in the event of a car accident.
It was a cold dark day before Rugby playoffs everything was going well when all of a sudden the entire Bryn Mawr Haverford team turned and ran screaming hysterically at one of their players. No they had not gone crazy, nor did they decide to rebel against one of their own, instead they were helping a teammate conquer one of the teammate's worst and most reasonable fears: 30 angry rugby players running at her at once.
How far will we go to conquer our fears?
What effect does clothing have on our lives?
In the Men’s Health Magazine for September 2005 there was an advertisement that epitomizes sketchiness.
“When a middle-aged man’s girlfriend is size 14 that’s CHUNKY.
When a middle-aged man’s girlfriend is age 14, that’s CLASSIC.”
A hit Broadway rock opera, an award winning director, and an amazing cast all adds up to one thing: one of the biggest movies of this fall: Rent.
After ten years in the making, the movie Rent is finally about to be released.
See what happens when a group of twenty some things try to survive in New York City with the issues of AIDS, death, and poverty plaguing their life.
A group of concerned citizens have found the answer to the omnipresent question: is the Earth Flat?
Their answer: of coarse it is.
The only thing Yale knows about the Skulls secret society is that it has the highest water bill on campus, even higher than the Olympic size swimming pool.
It would be idiotic to think that secrets are nonexistent in a school like Bryn Mawr, a school that is over 100 years old.
What lies beneath the halls of the Bryn Mawr castles?
Behind a façade of individualism, Bryn Mawr, a college that prides itself on its diversity, is an unknowing participant of racism. Racism that is being carried out with one rather chocolaty weapon: chocolate milk.
It was the middle of November, there was little snow on the ground, and randomly in the middle of the day I broke out in hives. I went to the hospital and saw a number of specialists all of witch had no clue of what was wrong with me.The doctors were overly confused, and after about four hours in the emergency room they started to go into denial.
One week ago a catastrophe happened to me that changed my life completely.
No one died, no one had surgery, and I had not sprained my ankle on the treadmill again.
I lost my cell phone.
Before Saturday the United States government was banning the news media from filming the victim relief efforts going on in New Orleans. This infringes on the constitutional right of freedom of the press guaranteed by the First Amendment of the US Constitution. CNN thus filed a law suit for right to cover the search for bodies of Katrina victims. Want to here more? Go to http://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/09/10/katrina.media/index.html
Calculus got you down? Have you been staring at that long math/science problem wondering weather or not it is against the honor code to burn your textbook? Or are you staring at that 20 page essay that won’t grow past twenty sentences? Then it is obvious, you need Homestar Runner. What is homestar runner you ask? It is a cartoon e-mail based blog. Confused, just go and visit the site, I highly recommend it.
Do you feel like your life has dramatically been altered by your lack of E news? Do you feel better when someone makes a mistake? Do you seriously believe that white should never be worn after Labor Day? Then the website Go Fug Yourself is the place for you. It is cynical, it is sarcastic, and it is just plane funny.
Growing up as a child surrounded by the wonderful world of disney i fell in love with love stories. I read all of the books and saw all of the movies, and by the age of five came to one conclusion: every story has a happy ending. I truely believed that one day when i would meet that perfect guy, fall madly in love and live happily ever after. I was the most optimistic child you could meet, surrounded by happy memories: my life was perfect and fun.
However since the age of five my life has changed dramatically. I fell into the synicism hole, lost trust in myself and wished that i could one day enter a world where everything would be all right and that nothing went wrong, everone was happy, and no one died.
My parents were hippies, yes real hippies, they were both from arround New York City and grew up in the 1960s. My dad was a "starveing artist" who loved to fish and came from a traditional Irish catholic family, and my mom sew, took care of animals, and was from a tradational Jewish family. So it was a scandel when they got married. They made a vow when they got married that they would have dogs not kids, but then as time passed they had my brother. Two years later they had my sister and another five went by before i was born. My brother and sister an I are very close, and as cheezy as it sounds my big sis is my best friend.