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Friday, October 20, 2017

Satirical summer news recap: two truths and a lie

JULIA GROSVENOR; Opinion Writer; grosvejm@plu.edu This summer’s news was a huge joke. Honestly, if the world keeps this up, we won’t even need a satire section anymore. Don’t believe me?...

Warning satire at play: Finals no longer horrible for just college students

JULIA GROSVENOR; Satirist: grosvejm@plu.edu Here at Pacific Lutheran University, students pretty much accept that life will be horrible until the end of May. However, Biological Anthropology professor Marcella Piaazo has noticed a...

Warning: Satire at play: Science reveals the best running mate for each presidential hopeful

JULIA GROSVENOR; Satirist: grosvej@plu.edu Now that the primaries are ending, it’s time for the winners to announce who their choice for vice president is going to be. Apparently science has the answer. At...

Warning satire at play: How to know if it’s ok to eat your friend’s...

JULIA GROSVENOR; Satirist: grosvejm@plu.edu Sharing food is a great experience for many people, and we all know it is especially popular during college. Splitting an entree can be a wonderful bonding moment...

Satire: 7 simple ways to save the planet

JULIA GROSEVENOR; Opinion Writer: grosvejm@plu.edu Take a reusable bag to OMM It’s that time of year when everyone either has way too many dining dollars or they just restocked after guilting their parents...

Warning Satire at play: TEDxTacoma

JULIA GROSVENOR Satirist grosvejm@plu.edu TEDxTacoma is coming to the Karen Hille Phillips Center at Pacific Lutheran University on Friday, April 22 from 7-9 p.m.. The topic for 2016 will be “Healthy Future,” and...

PLU hosts the ‘Grammys’

JULIA GROSVENOR Satirist grosvejm@plu.edu It is a little known fact that long before the Grammy Awards became televised in the 1950s, Pacific Lutheran University created an award of the same name, in...

Warning satire at play: wrong class, world ends

JULIA GROSVENOR Satirist grosvejm@plu.edu The start of spring semester classes was rocked by social disaster for a few poor students. “It’s an issue we all worry about, like, we all try and double check...
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