Get Over It Freshmen! You Will Most Likely Have an Argument With Your Roommate About Whether You Are More Spinach or Kale

POTSDAM, NY- Reports of freshmen students griping about their first argument with their roommates have been circulating around campus. The argument that’s being most lashed out? Whether each roomie is more similar to kale or spinach. The classic Potsdam argument … Continue reading Get Over It Freshmen! You Will Most Likely Have an Argument With Your Roommate About Whether You Are More Spinach or Kale

Girl To Waste Prime Child Bearing Years By Accepting Scholarship to Grad School

Potsdam, NY- SUNY Potsdam 2017 graduate Emily Jenkins has announced via Facebook that she has accepted a scholarship to attend graduate school last night. Jenkins, who is 23 years old and an anthropology major will be taking off to go to school in Long Island this fall. “At first we were very excited for Emily’s achievements, but after awhile we starting to think about how she will be missing out on finding a good mate and reproducing for the family name.” Emily’s mother said at an interview. Jenkins has been attending Potsdam for the last four years and she has … Continue reading Girl To Waste Prime Child Bearing Years By Accepting Scholarship to Grad School

Orientation Student Slightly Disappointed With Options For Lifelong Best Friends

POTSDAM, NY-   An incoming freshman student and orientation attendee expressed disappointment recently in an interview with the slim pickings for best friends at the June orientation. Sam Johnson, the student interviewed, came all the way from Yonkers, New York and was expecting a different experience at orientation. “Every time I looked at my welcome packet from SUNY Potsdam I got really excited about orientation to finally meet my lifetime best friends. The welcome packets had plenty of pictures of students sitting in a sunny quad surrounded by several laughing friends.”  Said Johnson, dismally looking at the packet. Johnson expressed that … Continue reading Orientation Student Slightly Disappointed With Options For Lifelong Best Friends

Graduate Checks Email for the Last Time

POTSDAM, NY- Checking email is something newly Graduate Jessie Jonasse, Class of 2017, felt irritation toward since her freshman year. Jonasse says, “I believe that people send too many emails.” However, the week before finals proved to be challenging for Jonasse to ignore her email. “They would just keep coming into my inbox. I had to read some of them.” says Jonasse. Reading her emails got frustrating when Jonasse started to reply to them. “It got to the point where I wasn’t sure if the emails required a reply or not, but some of them were often subject lined with, “PLEASE REPLY”, … Continue reading Graduate Checks Email for the Last Time