Tag: Fun

04.23.2010

RIT Rings

by Amanda Szczepanski, Moe Sedlak

Friday, 6:37 p.m. It’s not a party ‘til someone drags a tree limb through your living room (from text) Sunday, 12:18 a.m. I’m too busy to party; I just made an epic bed fort. Priorities Rings,...

04.16.2010

 

At Your Leisure

by Alex Rogala

Methuselah, a 4,841 year old bristlecone pine in the White Mountains of California, is the oldest living TREE in the world. A synthetic Christmas TREE takes roughly 32 SECONDS to burn. With only 30...

04.02.2010

 

At Your Leisure

by Alex Rogala

In March 1998, Greenbrier High senior Mike Cameron was suspended for a day after wearing a PEPSI shirt to his high school’s “Coke Day.” Crystal PEPSI, a colorless cola released in 1993, was later...

03.19.2010

 

At Your Leisure

by Alex Rogala

Esperanto, a language invented by L.L. Zamenhof in 1887, was an attempt to create a common language that would be spoken around the world. Chessington World of Adventures, a theme park in Britain, offers a...

02.19.2010

 

At Your Leisure

by Alex Rogala

The Salisbury Cathedral, located in Salisbury, England, is home to Europe’s oldest clock. The Doomsday Clock is a symbolic clock created by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists in 1947. It estimates how close...

2.11.2010

Sledding Spots

by Justin Claire

In case you didn’t notice, it snows here in Rochester. A lot. And there is one time-honored way of getting down a snowy hill that costs no money (if you do it right) and it can happen less than five minutes...



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