Nicole Dewly, a freshman from Des Moines, has apparently misunderstood the term “Freshman 15,” but the guys in Towers don’t seem to mind. Nicole, or Nikki, as her friends call her, has worked hard to achieve the  number.

 

“I so wanted to fit in,” said Nikki in a late-night interview. “I’d heard about this Freshman 15, and I just had to do it. I mean, 15’s nothin’.

“Dude, she’s so hot,” my roommate claimed last week. “If you don’t, I will again.”

As of December 16, Nikki had reached a grand total of six towards her Freshman 15, and with her continued persistence, this reporter is sure that she will accomplish the goal in the end (no pun intended).

“As long as I pass finals and come back next semester, there is no way I’ll be denied,” claimed Nikki after our interview, and then added,  “Is this your sock?”

Saturday, July 07, 2007 7287
American Dreaming with Dan Brubus The war on “terror” is good for the economy and my portfolio, so I say, “Let’s roll,” when it comes to invading other countries. However, to be honest, I’m not terribly fond of many of our troops, and I’m fine with the current handling of soldiers with injuries, disorders, and plain old problems. I say it’s your duty as an American to support the war this Memorial Day, and you can pretend to support the troops if it’s good for business, too, but you don’t have to.
Saturday, July 28, 2007 7722
V100.7 Jams, #1 for hip hop and R&B, formerly known as the people’s station, ran out of programming for its “All Hip Hop Holiday” promotion. The official word is that V100 decided against only playing holiday music for the month of December because “It ain’t true to the spirit of the station, though we all love Christmas jams.” Anonymous sources, however, indicate the ill-conceived plan did not take into consideration the complete lack of hip hop Christmas material.

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