#TBT: Spectrum’s top 10 of 2013
It is nearing that time, we fear. Daily content on Spectrum will commence limited production as us bloggers commence
Netflix finals season. As the final 1:11 of 2013, we compiled the top 10 most popular posts on Spectrum over the year. Here they are, in all their glory.
(And yes, let’s pretend it’s Thursday so the #tbt thing will work. Just go with it.)
The best of all those “what would I say” statuses (stati?). For more, check out our interview with the creators, who are alums of yours truly.
Remember that time? Oh yeah, it’s casual. Here’s proof that it actually happened. For more, check out our interview with “fountain girl.” For those of you who weren’t there, one girl somehow managed to climb into one of the fountains at Low and was romping around. ‘Twas quite a sight.
This was a huge scandal toward the end of last spring. Almost every reading week some big scandal erupts on campus. Check out our predictions of what the scandal will be this year.
Really interesting advice and commentary about the shame people feel about being a virgin. You shouldn’t be ashamed of that, people! Sex positivity is about being respectful of both ends of that spectrum. For more, check out Laura Hunter-Thomas’ sex column.
Yet another scandal that happened toward the end of last semester. I guess the nice weather got to everyone (is that a thing?).
I guess people just like to
hate read be genuinely happy for their smart and capable peers.
The student compared Morningside Heights to a neutered dog. This is a must-read.
Wait what another scandal at the end of last spring. Really?! Really.
This article provoked a heated discussion about sororities on campus. Debate aside, it’s interesting to hear a candid opinion on what it’s like to rush for a sorority.
Orgo Night from last year—need I say more? Shit went down. Get ready for this year, it’s going to be cray.
So that’s all, folks. It’s been a great year—see you in the ’14!
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