Category Archive: Food

Chicken + Fries = America

By: Connor Lenahan There is not a person I know that understands why Chicken Fries ever disappeared from the Burger King menu. They were flawless. They were delicious. They weren’t nutritious, but dammit,… Continue reading

Heartbreak and Pepperoni

By: Connor Lenahan I was only gone a few days. I had eaten at Sal’s Pizza, conveniently located just a few blocks from my house, the night before I began my vacation. It… Continue reading

Evil Meal

By: Connor Lenahan Of all the things I thought I would be introduced to this summer, a demonic, entirely real Happy Meal box was not one of them. The other day while working… Continue reading

America’s Greatest Holiday

By: Connor Lenahan So here I am poking around the world wide web while distracting my friend Ellen Starnes when I come across the picture above. “…What,” I silently ask myself. I tapped… Continue reading

Girl Scout Cookies Return, America Weeps Tears of Joy

By: Connor Lenahan A few days ago whilst strolling through the GSU at Boston University on my way to consume massive amounts of Panda Express I stumbled across the most beautiful sight this… Continue reading

Wegmans Over Everything

By: Connor Lenahan I remember being asked repeatedly before heading off to Boston last summer what I would miss most about living in Waverly, PA. It was an interesting question. I gave the… Continue reading

Salvation, Thy Name Is Oreo

By: Connor Lenahan Every once in a while you get a piece of news that completely upsets your day. It comes in like a proverbial wrecking ball and makes everything change. Upon checking… Continue reading

Midnight Baked Goods

By: Mary Chuff It’s 11:00 on a Thursday night. I should be doing homework or studying for the math quiz I have tomorrow morning. But I’m not. Instead, I’m listening to the Mumford… Continue reading

Give Me McMuffins or Give Me Death

    By: Connor Lenahan I’m not sure there is a better feeling of accomplishment than being able to wake up and get McDonald’s breakfast. Whether or not we like to admit it, making… Continue reading