“Love is Just a Social Construct Manufactured by the Greeting Card Industry,” says Married Mother of Three

By SUMMERS ASKEW Feb. 14, 2018

Prompted by Valentine’s Day celebrations, local mother of three Deborah Thomason stated today that “love is just a social construct manufactured by the greeting card industry to sell overpriced heart-shaped commodities to hopelessly vulnerable people all across the world.”
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Local Café Opens New Refuge for Students: Sexiled Oats

By BEN WONG Feb. 6, 2018

Local café Wild Oats has decided to open a new branch for Bowdoin students: Sexiled Oats. Annexed to the original Wild Oats, the shelter will provide free 24-hour beds, pillows, and entertainment to any Bowdoin student whose roommate can’t seem to stop fornicating while blasting “Bump N’ Grind” by R. Kelly on repeat.  Continue reading “Local Café Opens New Refuge for Students: Sexiled Oats”

Michael Tucker Delivers State of Smith Union Address: “THERE ARE WAY TOO MANY PACKAGES”

By AINE LAWLOR Feb. 2, 2017

Michael Tucker gave his weekly State of Smith Union address yesterday, with much more sarcasm than usual. Specifically, Tucker brought campus attention to the overwhelmed state of the game-room that is currently a temporary package distribution center. (For reference, this is the room in Smith with ping pong tables, but no paddles, balls, or people. Continue reading “Michael Tucker Delivers State of Smith Union Address: “THERE ARE WAY TOO MANY PACKAGES””