1. Inigo Montoya

    "...which begs the important question..."

    You keep using that phrase. I do not think it means what you think it means.

  2. I stand corrected.

    c'est early.

  3. headlines

    funny how "and we're still talking about this" works so well for the second article too.

  4. homelessness article

    did anyone else think that the headline of the homelessness article totally invalidated the "it's crass to pretend to be homeless" bent of the article itself?

  5. homelessness article

    headline being: "Look Ma, I'm Homeless"

  6. So I guess we can say that

    BAKER BLAST : 2006

    MEALAC : 2005

    RACE PROTESTS : 2004

    This year's controversy is looking weak.

  7. cs

    someone needs to stir up some kind of race/culture controversy. affirmative action bake sale anyone?

  8. also

    what the hell was that political science article about?

  9. pp

    However Yatrakis advises students, “in a liberal arts degree, it almost doesn’t matter what you major in.”

    none of them can add or subtract. none of them will win nobel prizes or go into finance and give lots of money back to the university. conclusion: who gives a crap about 'em?

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