Articles written by: Edward Sizzurphands

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The Passive-Aggresive Manifesto

A spectre is haunting America: the spectre of passive aggression. Passive aggression has been acknowledged by all the powers as a power and the hour is ripe for us to openly, in the face of the world, publish our views, our aims, and our tendencies—but only if you want to […]

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Opinion: ‘Pulchritude’ a funny word

Now, along with Woolf’s idea of modern-consciousness-as-fragmentary in chapter twenty, what other reccurring themes can we pull out of Mrs. Dalloway’s conversation with Nigel the Doorman? Anyone? Yes, Brian…Almost, Brian, but not quite—that was Joyce that talked about defecating on a corpse. Anyone else? The answer is the bourgeosie’s decaying […]

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Superbowl airtime too costly for NFL to continue airing Superbowl

Due to the high price of commercial airtime, the National Football League no longer has enough money to air content during the Superbowl. Competition between national corporations has made Superbowl advertising the most contested of any space all year, and companies forking over huge amounts of money no longer want […]

CZ editor assigns Greek Life article: Writers out of original ways to mock frats and sores
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CZ editor assigns Greek Life article: Writers out of original ways to mock frats and sores

Citing the as-of-yet-unmet quota for one Greek Life article per semester, Stumpy Joe Dargoniw, editor of the Combat Zone, assigned his writing staff an article aimed at the flaws of Greek Life at Puget Sound. In the ensuing brainstorming session the writing staff could not help but avoid running over […]

The PSO guide to good gear
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The PSO guide to good gear

I know a lot people out there think that Puget Sound Outdoors might not be for them. I know some people might not like to go hiking or like camp food, but in the backpacking trips I’ve taken with PSO, I found that the time I spent learning about nature […]

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A message from PSO

Puget Sound Outdoors would like to welcome any student who passionately loves bears to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. to arrange a bear trapping trip in the North Cascades. The trip will last through the following weekend, and we hope to capture both black […]

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Patient suffering from Alzheimer’s forgets Alzheimer’s, cures self

William Dahlmann was first diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when he was 67. William forgot memories, faces, he even forgot to wipe after using the bathroom. His grandchildren constantly extorted money from him, each day claiming that he had not given them a birthday present yet. After struggling with Alzheimer’s for nearly […]