News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This fine Monday, we want to remind you of the glory that was the weekend. We now present to you a new series: Field Notes, where we round up the drunk late night tips we received during the weekend. Be sure to send in what you’re seeing this upcoming weekend to email@example.com, or use our […]
Ferris Booth and everything else got cleared out around 8:30 am! Sorry to you who were planning on a quick bite before your 9 am. For those of you arriving after it ends–maybe try to squeeze a free meal out of Ferris in the post-drill rush?
The blaring noise and flashing lights weren’t enough – occupants of 209 stood around looking at each other for several minutes before a loud voice told them to “move people!” On the bright side, Lerner-bound Butler refugees have come across a big free cheese platter in the lobby by 212. Enjoy!
Bwog has been unceremoniously ejected from Butler for a fire alarm. Stay tuned for updates before setting out to study there. UPDATE (7:25): Butler is open again, crisis averted. Plus, Bwog hears that a lecture scheduled to take place in Butler from 6-7:30 was cancelled in advance. Yeah, planned fire alarms are just an excuse […]
A merry prankster appears to have set off the fire alarm in Butler, driving the huddled masses out into the pouring rain (UPDATE: students have been let back in now). Tipster Amanda Santamaria, though, stuck around long enough to record the rarest of sights: an empty Butler 403. And yet it probably still smells to […]