Highbrow is sooo pumped for SB12! Not. While Lowbrow parties it up in PV, Highbrow will be bored off our asses watching Downton Abbey and possibly giving The Hunger Games a try. You know, really living it up.
You know the Theta stereotype. Brown hair, wearing all black, from either New York or L.A., and so on. But they’re not all like that, you guys! In fact, the Theta blondes have teamed up and are having a dinner at a BYO to celebrate their, you know, blondeness? What a brave attempt to answer one of the universe’s greatest questions: do blondes really have more fun?
It seems like everybody’s been swept up in LINsanity recently, but Jeremy Lin for POTUS? Apparently, some people like the idea. Two students were spotted on Locust this week with a “Jeremy Lin for President” poster board, soliciting signatures from passersby, trying to gain enough to get him on the 2012 ballot. Hmm, seems like a long shot, guys. But who knows? The way this election has been going, he might not be so bad.
This cold weather has got everybody sick. But some people don’t wait for the icky flu to self–medicate. That would be way gross. Highbrow hears one former sorority prez was seen chugging cough syrup at Elmo’s this weekend. A cup full of Robitussin helps the hipster music go down? That’s not how the song goes, is it? Hmm…
A few merry pranksters have been playing tricks on some houses, it seems. Residents of the Skulls chapter house and a place on Delancey have both woken up barricaded inside their homes recently. Forties, traffic cones, flowers and bottles littered the space outside their front door, requiring some careful manuevering before they could leave. But how can they be so sure it wasn’t an art installation? God, everyone’s a critic.
We hear Theta Xi pledges stirred up quite a ruckus at the Alpha Phi chapter house this week. The boys made some misogynistic remarks to the girls, saying things like “The best thing inside of you is me.” When word got back to a certain Chi O VagMon, she wrote an angry email that put those d–bags in their place. We liked you guys better last year when you were annoying girls by using shaving cream instead of sexism.