Look, it’s not that I don’t appreciate what PETA is trying to do for all of us, but sometimes I just wish they would chill out a little bit, ya know? It’s like, thanks for your advocacy guys, but forcing veganism on everyone through shame tactics really isn’t doing me any favors.
Asserting that it’s really all about that bottom line, the CareerLAB politely told non-profit organizations that they can forget about on-campus recruiting until they can somehow offer more of that “sweet, sweet cash.”
“Just the phrase ‘non-profit’ makes me gag a little,” confessed Matthew Donato, Director of CareerLAB.
Hearing loud complaints such as “my code won’t work and there’s literally no reason that it shouldn’t” and “I haven’t seen the sun in three days”, Brown’s entire campus recently became aware that the computer science students were, in fact, whining once again about their chosen concentration.
Holding up two nearly identical options, sophomore football player Jimmy Giordano declared himself hopelessly unable to decide between his gray Brown University football hoodie and his black Brown University football hoodie.
“It’s tough because they’re both excellent options,” stated Giordano, who plays left tackle for the Bears.
The Sharpe Refectory recently unveiled the addition of a “Providence River” tap selection to its arsenal of water options. “The moment we made the call to distinguish flat water from cold water, we knew that we just couldn’t stop there,” stated Sean DeBobes, manager of the Ratty.
In an attempt to further simplify the grading system for its Ivy League students, the administration recently announced plans to replace the Satisfactory/No Credit option with a dual-category system of “good noodle” and “bad noodle.”
“At Brown we focus on cultivating an environment of personal growth through open-minded education,” stated Jerry McLean, the head of the Office of the Registrar.
After dozens of barrels of oil fell from the back of a tanker truck into the Providence River last week, people are now really looking forward to seeing what goes down at the next WaterFire.
“Honestly, WaterFire was starting to get a little bland,” said local librarian Kristine Hoffmann.
With an air of overconfidence, junior Noah Montgomery declared on Wednesday that his latest existential crisis will undoubtedly be dealt with thanks to the free, 10-day trial of the Headspace meditation app.
“Meditating for about a week really should do the trick,” stated Montgomery, a Philosophy concentrator who spiraled into a state of panic upon the realization that he only has a razor-thin buffer of three more semesters before the real world hits.
Feeling an irrepressible burst of pride for his display, insurance broker Leonard Fishman simply couldn’t resist whispering “parkour” to himself after leaping down the final two stairs in front of his apartment building on Sunday. Sources report that Fishman stumbled when landing but still whispered “hell yea” after.