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But Pain: Staying In Butler For 24 Hours

Last Friday night, pathfinder Josh Dillon spent 24 hours in Butler. While this might be something one does everyday, Dillon the Explorer tends to go to bed around 11 pm, so this was kinda a big deal for him. I am the type of person who needs a full 8 hours of sleep to function. […]

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Smeagol’s on CTV, Again

  This isn’t the first time CTV has looped Frodo’s horrified face, and we pray it won’t be the last. Tune in to Columbia cable channel 77 to watch the DVD menu of Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. Do they only have one out of the trilogy? Shoulda got the boxed set, bro. Update: […]

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It’s Over (Not Really)

Here it is, the last day of classes of the semester. Fun, wasn’t it? We thought so too. As they are wont to do, your professors may end class with a delightful tale, some words of wisdom, or an awkward, abrupt silence. Or if you’re in SEAS, they’ll rush to finish that last example then […]

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