We like to stay pretty competitive here at The Thrill, and a Blog Off is one way we can definitively prove that one of us is objectively a better blogger (dare we say, a better person). So we leave it to you, the reader, to decide in a blind taste test who is really better as we square off on various topics. This time around, we have Executive Editor, Jane Zisman ’20 and Staff Writer, Rebecca Kornman ’22 battling it out RE: Hot vs. Cold Meatloaf Sandwich from the market. Who will come out victorious? Only you can decide.
Family weekend. Always *such* a treat here at Clown College: College for Clowns. This campus truly transforms with the influx of capital-A-Adults. The traffic patterns in Peirce somehow manage to get worse. You can’t get Wiggins. You can’t get a parking spot. You can’t get into Ascension without weaving around middle aged women marveling at the architecture. You can’t get a seat at an acapella concert (?!?!). You can’t even get into your scheduled office hours without having to wait for some parents to finish talking to the professor who hasn’t had their kid in class since Quest for Justice, 3 years ago. And of course, it’s prime time for anything that needs an audience. Nothing like a full audience of people who may or may not have any opinion on whatever they just saw, other than “well that was fun!” or, “my, that was sad.”
It’s Monday baby!!!! Welcome back to the grind am I right? Let’s see how people enjoyed their #weekends.
“I don’t know, I don’t know
“I watched fourteen episodes of Bones yesterday; it’s not even that I love Bones it’s just that I loathe everything else”
Peace up, G-Town!! Reading days are now officially OVER, and I hope all those books you read were GREAT because it’s back to the salt mines for all of us. In order to assess current student morale, we asked our readers how their breaks were. Here’s what they told us:
Reading Days? More like weeEEEeEed-ing days (chuckles in a self-satisfied manner).
This post was co-authored by Julia Lindsay and Nate Rosenberg and is part of a feature known as The Adventures of D-Cat.
Well, it’s been a while since we observed D-Cat in his natural habitat, so we decided to check up on him. Let’s see what he’s been up to!
D-Cat faced some punitive action at work.
This is the Friday Ketchup. I know you all have been pretty busy this week, and may not have been able to keep up, so here it is- the Friday Ketchup.