According to sources who picked up a copy of The College Hill Independent this morning, the latest issue of the paper is twenty pages of thought-provoking, unstructured words strung randomly together and divided into eight different subsections.
“Tooth, shoot, capitalism, loose, reign, dive, deep, throne, crone, Henry Ford, hierarchy,” read one section of the paper that was accompanied by a brightly colored, abstract cartoon of an oak tree.
“Sore, chip, bloom, review, dismantle, loop, listen, smile,” read another section where each word was written in a different, bigger font.
“Like, boat, under, verb, action, reaction, machine,” read the first article in the section of the paper named ////!!!????//////.
As of press time, capitalism and grammar still existed.