I am the “Miracle of Life” baby all grown up. Remember watching the projected image of my head emerging from the womb on your 6th grade classroom whiteboard? Who can forget? My transformation from a microscopic cell to a glistening, incarnadine bundle was a special moment in time. While many ...Read More »
“I’m Totally Gonna do Acid” says Student for Four Months
With the canceling of on-campus events, in-person classes, and group activities, it’s easy to see why many WashU students are less than thrilled. However, some optimistic students are planning to make the most of this extra free time. One such student is sophomore Sal Aguiar. “Oh yeah, this is the ...Read More »
Op-Ed: In Defense of Sally the Salad Robot
Since their installation in the Bear’s Den, much invective has been hurled at the humble salad robots, none of it merited. The Salad Robot is objectively the best option for salad-serving. First, it provides options that human workers cannot. Try finding a minimum-wage worker willing to sing me a little ...Read More »
God Doesn’t Want My Future Children to Die in a Rubber Sack. He Wants Them Eaten.
Obvious Serf Announces that They Would Have Been a Lord in the Middle Ages
In an astonishing lack of self-awareness, a man most onlookers would have pegged for a serf the instant they laid eyes on his hunched demeanor and glassy, vacant eyes, claimed that he would have been a lord in the Middle Ages. Jonathan Morrington, a 38-year-old field laborer and Renaissance Faire ...Read More »