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Happiest of Wednesdays — we’re almost there!

Happening in the World

Japan might be one of the most innovative countries in the world, but that doesn’t stop them from having an actual fucking emperor which is really dope. And guess, what!!! They just got a new one!!!!!!! Read all about it.

Happening in the US

Those nerds we love so much up there in Boston (no, not Harvard) pulled the ultimate Avengers prank in honor of the most overrated movie of 2019 (hot take!!!!)

Happening in NYC

Ever come home to a burglar wearing no pants? Yeah me neither. This couple has tho.

Happening on Campus

Postcrypt Art Gallery is opening it’s newest exhibition “Small Things” tomorrow May 2nd at 7:30 pm. Go pretend to be cultured for a bit.

Fun Fact of the Day

“Kalamazoo” was originally a Native American name although its exact origin hasn’t been pinpointed. Some say it means “the mirage of reflecting river,” while others say it means bubbling or boiling water.

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