The Dean's List
•The Dean's List isn't so sure that we'd want
•David Robinson, Alonzo Mourning, Tim Duncan, Pervis Ellison and Derrick Coleman are the only college basketball players to have done what
•It's not easy being a hockey player at Harvard. You're the only ones on campus missing teeth. You're constantly ridiculed for being a "meathead." And you are not allowed to just run around destroying igloos. What's up with that? Last week, members of Harvard's men's hockey smashed the Eliot House Igloo, constructed by Harvard students outside the Eliot House residence on campus. As you can imagine, this created massive amounts of controversy in Cambridge. The igloo, which could fit eight comfortably, took 20 Harvard students over ten hours to construct and only a few minutes for a handful of rogue hockey players to demolish. Even though the captain of the hockey team apologized, Eliot House residents are still pissed off. "Apparently someone called [the Harvard police], and [the attackers] ran like the little pussies they are," Eliot House resident
•After bolting Morgantown for Ann Arbor,
•How would you feel if you were a Georgia Tech wide receiver and your school just announced that former Navy football coach,
•Even before Nevada lost 23-0 to New Mexico in the New Mexico Bowl, you got the feeling things weren't going to turn out well for the Wolfpack. One week before Nevada's last game of the season, the school had only sold 95 of its 6,000 allotted tickets. For all you English majors out there, that's 1.6 percent. And it's not like the plight of Boise State fans, who have to fly to Hawaii this year to see their team play in a bowl game. Wolfpack fans only had to travel the thousand miles from Reno to Albuquerque. Of course, distance isn't the only factor keeping Wolfpack fans away. Nevada's selection to the New Mexico Bowl wasn't announced until December 2nd, giving fans a mere three weeks to plan their trips. But the Dean's List also believes that Nevada's mediocre performance on the field this season -- the Wolfpack came in fourth in the WAC and came into the bowl game with a 6-6 record -- played a part in the team's low ticket sales. Maybe the fans could see their team's shutout loss coming from, oh say, a thousand miles away.