In light of recent … light (and heat), SWYGH discusses the University’s controversial South Lawn policies. More »
SWYGH (sort of) defends the Core Curriculum against our histrionics. More »
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This week’s SWYGH investigates the collective cold shoulder we have turned toward our neighbors to the north. And east. And southeast.
In order to prep me for a spring break social visit to our Ivy brethrenemies in Philadelphia, one of my Quaking associates lectured me on the boundaries of the considerably-larger-than-ours Pennsylvania campus. Chief among his concerns was how far one can walk to the north or west there before shit starts getting real. More »
The city’s most recent round of health inspections yielded mixed results for local restaurants.
Some, like Havana “Who goes there to eat?“ Central, The Heights, Pisticci, and Wondee Siam V, had zero health code violations. Vareli, Tap-A-Keg, and Block Heads also fared well with near-perfect scores.
However, the life-expectancy-conscious are advised to avoid Calcutta Cafe, Indian Cafe, Hungarian Pastry Shop, and Ollie’s To Go, all of which recieved violation scores of at least 50 (“A” ratings require a score of 13 or less).
Search for you favorites at the Department of Health site.
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Best Part: Reheated tacos from Korilla for breakfast. Straight shillin’ (but not really). More »
The beginning of my inaugural LitHum marathon last semester was not unlike a game of musical chairs: The earliest students, who apparently had nothing better to do than extend their afternoon in Hamilton by 20 minutes (/were typical froshingtons), were seated comfortably until stragglers like myself, showing up a mere five minutes before class, prompted their rearrangement by throwing open the classroom door and unwittingly slamming it against one of the adjacent seats. More »