In the midst of a national debate on college campuses about offensiveness, inclusion and political correctness, several campus comedy papers across the country have described their recent reluctance to be offensive as a necessary step to remain both funny and relevant. Flagrantly offensive humor, they argue, is no longer what students crave or consider to have comedic value.
Most topics are polarizing, but the idea colleges were too PC found a home where both conservatives and liberals could reside. From the Huffington Post to the Rush Limbaugh show, many agreed that Millennials needed to toughen up and take a joke.
What with all the hazing and the racism, fraternity life can be a hairy experience. Thankfully, stress from those experiences
(h/t Reddit) From a World Wide Web of embarrassing possibilities, this student may have made out just peachy after what one
12:05 a.m. Tell your dog that while "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" has its moments, "Mallrats" is Kevin Smith’s only unassailable
11. Spending all night to create a last-minute cheat sheet. 2. The moment you finish your test. This article is syndicated
Dim lights + a lot of alcohol + bar etiquette + being in college = a lot of pretty funny things. The guys at BroBible further
Naked Yalies aren't alone. At the University of Warwick in the U.K., the men's and women's crew teams also had nude calendars
There's a good chance that you will be listening to this all day. The students at the Clive Davis Institute at New York University
Disagreement has never been so awkwardly hilarious. The college pranksters at LAHWF ( short for "Losing all hope was freedom