Archive for December, 2010
[ONLINE EXCLUSIVE] We all know that short guys have it rougher than most. The intimidating prospect of navigating both the dating and occupational realm can be a harrowing ordeal that challenges their psyche, and invokes a barrage of obstacles throughout their lives that breeze by their tall male and short female counterparts. Because of this, [...]
What’s red and white and jolly all over? If you’re thinking Santa Claus or “a ticklish candy cane” you would be right, but the real culprit is our friendly, Proctor neighborhood Safeway. Why is Safeway so jolly? Because it’s literally stealing our money on every purchase. Now, I don’t use the word “literally” lightly. (I [...]
The Husky Invitational was held in Federal Way on Dec. 3. The Loggers performed exceptionally well with both the men and women placing third at the Invite. It was a great day for many of the swimmers, with goals met and records broken. Freshman Derek Frenzel (Moscow, Idaho) had four top-5 finishes in addition to [...]
When asked what he ate before Cheetos were invented, the microbe replied: “I think of the day Cheetos were invented as the day I was truly born. They are dangerously cheesy.” He sounded drunk.
United States cinema saw many firsts and broke dozens of records in 2010, making it a year to remember for the film industry. Critics and movie-goers alike are anticipating a unique award season in spring 2011. One such outstanding film was Disney-Pixar’s Toy Story 3, which was the highest-grossing film of 2010 both in the [...]
Combat Zone: Alright Santa, let’s cut the cute stuff and get right down to business. Is it a coincidence that your first name has all the same letters as “Satan”?
Over this last weekend the men’s Logger basketball team took the court twice. On Friday, the men faced off against the Willamette Bearcats. Although the Bearcats had a better field goal percentage, three-point percentage and free throw percentage, the Loggers absolutely destroyed the Cats on the boards. The Loggers outrebounded the Bearcats 51 to 34, [...]
With finals next week, hopefully everyone is enjoying their procrasturbation. What better way to get your mind off things and release the stress of academia? Or perhaps you have a special study buddy, with whom the only things you study are anatomy and chemistry, and you do not need any textbooks, if you know what [...]
It is that time of year again: the time when people everywhere travel to and fro to see family members for the holidays. For many travelers, seeing family requires taking a ride on an airplane. This year, however, many would-be passengers are feeling apprehensive about new full-body scanning machines, which is understandable since they pose [...]
Starting Nov. 26 through Jan. 2, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium is continuing its annual tradition of lighting up the entire zoo with animal-shaped, neon-colored lights. As the website advertises, there are over a half-million of them throughout the zoo. The zoo itself, aside from the lights, offers plenty of things to see. There’s the [...]