By ETHAN BEVINGTON Oct. 25, 2016
Following his Q and A session held at Burnette House, Noam Chomsky regretted that he hadn’t asked which College Houses were cool.
“I just thought all of the houses would be the same, but God was I wrong,” said Chomsky. “If a house could smell like a father who just found out his son wants to go to acting school, that’s what Burn smells like.”
Chomsky continued, “Honestly, I would have taken Helm or even Howell. But Burn? Seriously? It’s like Adam Sandler became a building.”