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Dishin' Out Durham: Burgers and Fries and Fro-Yo, Oh My!

(09/05/12 5:36am)

Dinner and dessert. It’s a simple concept, but it’s one that’s decidedly difficult to find on-campus…especially for fewer than ten dollars. Just think about it. What options do we have that leave us full and satisfied to the hilt with nutritive goodness? At Duke, finding a casual, affordable dining environment proves to be quite the ordeal. But the second we dare to step away from the Duke bubble and venture into the mysterious land of Durham, an entirely new gastronomical world opens up to us.

Hockey assaults, Harvard graduates, painting ripoffs and sexual colleges

(02/27/12 1:51am)

After two Boston University men's hockey players were arrested for sexually assaulting female students this season, BU is now forming a team to study the culture of the team, according to AP. BU President Robert Brown wrote a letter to students, employees and trustees saying that the University needs to address these issues and make appropriate changes if necessary.

Vomit omelets and sexual assaults

(01/31/12 11:25pm)

Dartmouth College student Andrew Lohse submitted a column to The D about fraternity hazing practices at Dartmouth. "I was: forced to swim in a kiddie pool full of vomit, urine, fecal matter, semen, and rotten food products; forced to eat an omelet made of vomit; forced to chug cups of vinegar until I was afraid that I would vomit blood like one of my fellow pledges did; forced to inhale nitrous oxide; degraded psychologically on a daily basis; forced to drink beers poured down a fellow pledge’s ass crack; vomited on regularly, and encouraged to vomit on others," Lohse wrote in the unedited version.

LSD, tobacco and Nazi drinking games

(01/19/12 9:45am)

After playing a Nazi-themed drinking game during an Athletics Union's ski trip in France, London School of Economics students are now facing disciplinary action, according to LSE student newspaper The Beaver. "'Nazi Ring of Fire' involved arranging cards on the table in the shape of a Swastika, and required players to 'Salute the Fuhrer,'" according to the paper. A fight after the game resulted in a Jewish student breaking his nose.