Category: Entertainment

The League of Morons: Episode 6

The Morons discuss the laws and standards placed on the students of Berry. The boys point out some potentially inconsistent and seemingly outdated rules and regulations determined to be just by the Berry College administration. Not to mention Berry College Residents may be unaware of their rights and the RA’s seem to be unaware of student’s rights too.

The League of Morons: Episode 5

The Morons discuss the presence of the fast food industry, its marketing schemes, the most American restaurants. Also, the Trump Administration’s prospective policy on transgender people, and their presence in sports.

The League of Morons: Episode 4

The Morons discuss the moral implications of subscribing to the Apple life style, the modern way to listen to music, and the best bands of all time.

Thief

Bennet has a new roommate. Who is she?

The League of Morons: Episode 3

The Morons discuss drugs and their impact on society, as well as the solutions to drug cartels and solutions to illegal immigration. The Morons are joined by Dr. Brian Meehan, Associate Professor of Economics, who answers many questions and expands our knowledge on the economics of Drug Markets.

The League of Morons: Episode 2

The Morons discuss Free Will, whether it is real, do we have it, is it god’s will. We are joined by Dr. Michael Papazian, Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy, and he points out that we might be …. Wrong.

The League of Morons: Episode 1

The Morons discuss Religion on Campus and begin their ongoing discussion about outdated and arbitrary laws on a small conservative campus. The Morons are also joined by Dr. Michael Bailey, an Associate Professor of Political Science, who gives great insight into the experience of a professor on a highly religious college campus.

That’s Sketchy: 2 for 20

Three hungry men with one problem…they only have $20. What will they do?

That’s Sketchy: Jail Time

A normal game of capture the flag takes a unique turn.

Not Enough

Self-love is a life-long journey, especially in the face of commercialized beauty. 20% of women and 10% of men will develop an eating disorder during their college years.