LOST NORTH FACE: Black w/ iphone and kcard in front pocket


This post was co-authored by Kate Lindsay and Maureen Hoff ’15.

Hi. You’ve probably gotten emails from me before. It comes as no surprise that once again I have lost my black north face w/ iphone and kcard in front pocket. The morning after every Ganter party, you get this email, and every Tuesday I end up buying a new kcard, as well as ordering a new north face. I have spent over $600 on kcards this year alone. As for the iPhone, they’re a dime a dozen. However, this iPhone (my third this year) had my social security number saved as a “Note,” under the heading “MY SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER” so you can understand why I’m starting to get nervous that this could fall into the wrong hands.

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10 o’clock list: Obscure Ways to Raise Money for Relay For Life

Via acsevents.org

Relay For Life is approaching quickly, and it’s been weighing heavily on my mind. I’m not much of an athlete, so I made a semi-early life decision to get seriously competitive about two things: wig collection and fundraising. And let me tell you, it’s super weird when they intersect. So, not about to be beat by some frat, sorority, or otherwise well-meaning student group, I’ve formulated a few non-traditional–some might say obscure–fundraising tactics.

1. Sell your ovaries. You know, if Craigslist were a bodega, it would sell lady parts, webcams, and exotic pets. Exclusively. Because when you’re in the market for a capybara, you’re also probably in the market for someone else’s genes. And then of course if you’re in the market for someone else’s genes AND a capybara, you probably produce homemade porn. How wholesome. Regardless, you probably don’t need or want all of your lady bits anyway. So long as you’re chill with little miniature you’s running around, why wouldn’t you sell off those little serial killer seeds for a good cause?  Continue reading