“We always look for ways to offer students the best studying experience, and we hope this new initiative will allow students to get some work done with friends in a casual setting,” said Head Librarian Donna Peters.
“You know, I had a lot of jobs to choose between. I’m a pretty desirable candidate.”
“By permanently opening up all rooms through a stringent door-removal process, each hall will grow immensely as a community.”
“Wait, hang on a second. Is that him or not? It’s a middle-aged white guy, and they all definitely have a similar hairstyle. But that’s not that uncommon, right?”
While this allegedly began several hours ago, additional reports are claiming that there is nothing happening at this very moment either.
Those who intend to major can delve into classes such as “The Triangle in the Modern Rock Opera,” and “Classical Spanish Triangle Techniques.”
Although she gained extensive acting experience while living there, she plays it down, saying that most of it was really just “some show about nothing.”
Chen had indeed been spotted frequently in C-stores, as well as buying several swipes worth of food at Frontera on more than one occasion.
EVANSTON — A study released earlier today by Anthropology professor Dr. Martin Robinson reports the conclusion that theater majors are weird. Furthermore, he found that despite being highly extroverted and sharing their lives with everyone, they are often quite loud and obnoxious. Robinson said that he was first drawn to research theater major culture after he heard numerous reports of the “loud, obnoxious theater kids all over Norris.” He then conducted a thorough study that compared 50 theater majors with
William Jefferson Clinton is just the right man for the job. He has decades of experience in the political arena as former Governor of Arkansas and a brief stint in national politics.