Thursday, May 14, 2015
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by Andy Gause With graduation tomorrow, senior creative writing major Kirk Mason has come to the conclusion that he's “majorly boned.” With the prospect of real life becoming a rapidly approaching reality, Kirk says that he wishes he had chosen a more realistic major, or at the... + continue reading
JuniorAfrica
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
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by Staff Sam Marson, a junior pop music major, decided to study abroad in his Spring 2015 semester in Ethiopia, a country known for its diverse cultural background and Facebook-worthy photo ops. “The hours of cultural immersion programs at the Ethiopian Institute for American Studies... + continue reading
Monday, May 11, 2015
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by Staff Last night at 11:30 PM, a fire broke out on the third story of New North. A mattress caught fire, and before the room’s occupant knew it, the room was ablaze. Firefighters arrived at the scene soon after the fire began and most of the students were evacuated. To stop the spread... + continue reading
Monday, May 11, 2015
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by Rob Smat TAPER HALL -- At approximately 4:05pm today, the greater majority of PSYC 201’s lecture attendees received a wonderful email from one of their classmates, Backwards Yankee Cap Guy, just 48 hours before their cumulative final exam. The email in question was a mass email... + continue reading
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Sunday, May 10, 2015
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by Staff Today is Mother's Day, a time where sons and daughters give their thanks not by showering their mothers with gifts, but by posting selfies of themselves with their respective moms. Christina Applebaum, sophomore, neglected to follow along with the tradition because she's... + continue reading
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Thursday, 14/05/15
by Andy Gause With graduation tomorrow, senior creative writing major Kirk Mason has come to the conclusion that he's “majorly boned.” With the prospect of real life becoming a rapidly approaching reality, Kirk says that he wishes he had chosen a more realistic major, or at the very least, taken a few economics courses. This... + continue reading
JuniorAfrica
Tuesday, 12/05/15
by Staff Sam Marson, a junior pop music major, decided to study abroad in his Spring 2015 semester in Ethiopia, a country known for its diverse cultural background and Facebook-worthy photo ops. “The hours of cultural immersion programs at the Ethiopian Institute for American Studies were truly broadening for me,”  Marson... + continue reading
Monday, 11/05/15
by Staff Last night at 11:30 PM, a fire broke out on the third story of New North. A mattress caught fire, and before the room’s occupant knew it, the room was ablaze. Firefighters arrived at the scene soon after the fire began and most of the students were evacuated. To stop the spread of the flames, the firefighters attacked the room... + continue reading

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Sunday, 10/05/15
by Staff Today is Mother's Day, a time where sons and daughters give their thanks not by showering their mothers with gifts, but by posting selfies of themselves with their respective... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 15/04/15
By Rob Smat WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A Florida man, and local asshole, landed a single pilot helicopter on the Capitol building lawn this afternoon in an attempt to protest campaign financing. He was... + continue reading

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Monday, 23/02/15
by Rob Smat USC's Entrance 5 is officially open once more! Join Sack of Troy News reporter Rob Smat for a minute-by-minute breakdown of the long-awaited opening ceremony + continue reading

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Saturday, 24/01/15
by Grace Carballo In a press conference earlier this afternoon, New England Patriots’ quarterback, Tom Brady, addressed the intense societal pressures placed on him as a professional athlete... + continue reading