On Monday afternoon, Elliott Yamin strode directly through a Boylston Berserkers Quidditch practice, totally unnoticed.
Despite making it to the final three of American Idol’s fifth season, the 38 year old could just have easily been an autumn leaf in the wind during today’s quaffle-based drills.
One of only three humans to outlast Chris Daughtry, Yamin narrowly avoided 5’8 Golden Snitch Jaclyn Patel who whizzed by the contemporary R&B singer and songwriter, without so much as a “Hey man! Watch out!”
Yamin declined to comment if he was bothered by not being even acknowledged despite his debut single Wait For You being certified gold in Japan just over eight years ago.
At press time, members of the Park Street Pulverizers were debating if a homeless man was in fact Taylor Hicks or just an extremely convincing lookalike.
With the recent announcement that social media giant Twitter would be shutting down the short-form video sharing app Vine, the Emerson VMA department has been forced to discard its plans for a new course under the “Topic in Media Arts Practice” designation entitled Do It For The Vine.
Intended to introduce students to the theory and practice of what makes a Vine, the course was expected to provide an outlet for students that lack the real skills to participate in an actual film set as well as those who think personally they’re genuinely funny and seem to always be “on.”
“Obviously we’re shocked about the announcement and are sorely disappointed that we must scrap all the curriculum research and work we’ve compiled for the past year and half,” reported VMA co-chair David Logan, “We were sure the number of obnoxious, self-involved ‘Vine Stars’ was keeping the site alive.”
While the course was to be open to all VMA students, its main aim was to fulfill a “production” requirement for students in the newly introduced Comedic Arts major.
When asked about the course’s cancellation, Shannon Stevens ’20 told the Lion’s Tooth, “It’s definitely frustrating you know, I was hoping to finally bring my comedic talents to new areas …at least there’s always Snapchat. Here’s hoping there’s a class for that, because frankly my content is lit 24/7…oh real quick, let me show you this funny selfie I took with the Small Face filter!!!”
At press time, the VMA department released another press statement reiterating that, “…social media is still huge despite this small setback.”
Emerson College Police and Emerson Facilities released a statement on Thursday asking students to kindly refrain from smearing ‘The Beacon Lies’ in blood on the school’s bathroom walls.
“Please, we know it’s tempting. But please. This has to stop,” begged Restroom Sanitation Supervisor Mark Kaberr.
According to ECPD’s records, the amount of incidents in which somebody has plastered those three arguably true words upon the walls of the college’s bathrooms was estimated to be between 15 and 20 this semester alone.
Emerson Police veteran Dave Strombundi who has lead the case which is investigating this string of understandable but still illegal vandalism wrote the following statement:
“Students. Listen. The entire police department is aware of the countless times the Beacon not only lied but goofed, omitted, blundered, erred, neglected, passed over, misquoted, misconstrued, miscalculated, muffed, misspelled, stretched the truth, or otherwise just proved to be a piss poor news source from top to bottom, but– uh, where was I? Right. The bathrooms. Cut it out guys.”
At press time, ECPD officers were being flooded with reports of the phrase ‘Social Media is Huge’ seen written in gasoline fueled flames near the Boston Common gazebo.
Social Media is huge. That goes without saying.
But this weekend, Facebook showed the Lion’s Tooth editors something we wish we hadn’t seen: FOUR people unliked us this month.
Following an emotional emergency meeting, the writers walked with two questions to propose to those four, in the hopes that we can gain some much needed closure. All we ask is that you answer truthfully.
Was it something we said? Is our content not up to your standards? Did we perhaps offend you? Maybe we’re just annoying you! We’re not here to judge. We just think we have a right to know.
2. How can we win you back?
Frankly, everything we do is for likes. The only thing we crave more than social media traction is an EVVY. I think we have the latter locked up. That being said. We need you back and we need you to tell us how.
They’ll regret this one day !
A new undertaking from Emerson College’s food provider, Sodexo, has called upon real-life moms to bring the real taste of home into their dining hall. On Tuesday night, Sodexo deployed an army of mothers behind the counters, on the grills, and even in the dishwashing room to create a sense of comfort in the Little Building.
“Whooooooooooo’s hungry?!” asked Jenenne Morgan, as she pulled a plate of her homemade shepherd’s pie out of the dining hall’s oven.
Three of the 12 mothers involved were reportedly were donning aprons that read “kiss the cook”.
At press time, the event was cancelled after all the dads who were hired to partake in the event forgot about it and decided to just pick up pizza on the way home.