Diary of an accidental American

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

We are far from civilized America—instead, we pass old “Make America Great Again” signs that once stood on the lawns of rural Washington residents.

Left hook

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Gauche, who had been writing notes with her left hand at the time of the inquiry, allegedly dropped her pen and, without hesitation, swung at the unsuspecting first year.

Spence introduces new line of gluten-free diamonds

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

“Other diamond companies keep their diamonds locked in tiny cages around the clock—they never to see the light of day, or feel the grass under their incredibly sparkly feet. You won’t find any of that here.” – Spencer Spencington

McDonald’s apologizes for trauma caused by 10-legged chickens

Photo illustration by Joel McCarthy

On September 30, our group of mature, GMO chickens ran up and over the thirty foot wall surrounding our lab. These chickens proceeded to reach speeds of up to 200 kilometers an hour as they ran towards the town of Taber in hopes of finding their desired food source: Corn.

MoA opens exhibit on the rise of the nerd

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

As total dorks and massive dweebs become increasingly mainstream, anthropologists at the university have made an effort to show how nerds have changed, grown, and become commonplace with a display that moves chronologically backwards.