Combat Zone

Dave Wright actually runs entire school, new
report shows

By Grizz's Toe A leaked internal University report shows that Reverend Dave Wright, University Chaplain, is single-handedly in charge of all campus functions. The report, titled “Dave Can Probably Do That,” gives a detailed outline of the Reverend’s daily tasks, showcasing an impressive work ethic and a schedule that seems to defy time and space.  Wright’s day starts at two o’clock in the morning, where he can be found retreating from the chapel attic to mow and water the University’s lawns. They then move to work in the SUB, cleaning...
Combat Zone

U.S. Government confirms that Chinese Spy Balloon biggest existential threat since Nuclear War

By Bean McQueen In a press conference yesterday, the U.S. Government confirmed that the recently downed Chinese spy balloon posed an existential threat to the U.S. of a significance comparable only to nuclear war. The government stated that its weeklong passage over the country should be understood as a “bloodless rampage that simultaneously left property untouched and a death toll nearly above zero.” White House Press Secretary Denai Obfus-Kate, when questioned about what specific qualities made the balloon the most credible threat to U.S. national security in the past two...
Combat Zone

Newly declassified documents confirm classified Document Fairy’s existence

By Bean McQueen Newly declassified documents, found in the overhead storage compartment of U.S. President Joe Biden’s preferred Amtrak train car, have confirmed the existence of the “Classified Document Fairy,” so-described as a “mischievous entity that delights in bamboozling high-ranking government officials.” Previously dismissed as one of the more creative excuses in circulation amongst legislative aides who misplaced memos, it would appear that the “Classified Document Fairy” is not only a fixture in our current government, but has been since the Revolutionary War. An unearthed diary maintained by John Adams,...


By Sara Orozco Hello Logger DJs and other folks interested in the wild world of KUPS; we have good news! The programming schedule for Spring 2023 has been completed thanks to the persistent and hard work of your music directors. All the genres worked tirelessly in the last two weeks, compiling applications and conducting interviews to assemble this semester’s show list. You can find our nifty little schedule in this edition of the Trail. DJs are also encouraged to look at some new Underwriters we’ve set up this semester. Some...
The Happy Trail

George Washington University & Plan B vending machines

By Amelia Pooser Following the reversal of Roe v. Wade, legislation and public action are continuing to adapt. Recently, George Washington University in Washington D.C. responded to the Supreme Court ruling by making strides to support their womb-bearing students by providing accessible and private access to morning-after pills. In early February of this year, George Washington University installed a vending machine in the basement of their student center that sells Plan B, Advil, condoms, and other health necessities. Each pack costs around $30 on-campus compared to the $50 price tag...
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