I take it in the ass for you, Mr. Economy By Veronica Boehm Alright, Economy, joke’s over. Oh wait, I get it; this
By Katie Nowak Bob Halligan, Jr.’s long and Celtic music career In addition to an affinity for hairspray and bad perms, Cher and
For the Syracuse Community Choir, “diversity” is more than a PR buzzword. It is the core value that resonates within each singer. By
Ain’t no party like a Scranton party
Stare into the soul of the city Photography by: Anthony Garito Modeled by: John Sumpter Styled by: Michael Smith
By Andy Johnstone Pratt’s Place is no ordinary building. Its orange walls and baby-blue pinstripes glow against a backdrop of snow and gray
Pube grooming in the LGBT community By Caitlin Dewey To this day, Daniel Smith* can’t decide which was worse: the excruciating pain of
The screech and thump of Lady GaGa. The testosterone-heavy air. The animalistic stench. The male grunts. The female chat¬tering. Everything in Archbold Gymnasium screams carnal. It’s a jungle of college mating rituals — even better for a field study than frat row on Thursday night.
If you need an acoustic/ambient/rock fix, local group The Icon And The Axe is dropping their debut album on April 18. For those who haven’t heard of the act, its MySpace page says Propaganda offers a sound that conveys the passionate search for truth paired with the melodies of a bygone era. And they ain’t playin’ either.
The mysterious disappearance of female pubic hair By Jennifer Beth Williams With a flick of her wrist, Jennifer Eiffe yanks out chunks of