We've Sanitized Our Children Into a Bunch of Itchy, Allergic Messes

Slathering one's child with all manner of anti-bacterial products has become a common practice among many parents—and who can blame them since the world is basically a disgusting place covered with poop dust and all kinds of dangerous germs. But recently this tendency to sanitize our offspring has come under suspicion… » 6/20/12 11:15am 6/20/12 11:15am

Johns Hopkins Dude Fed Up With Hot Girls' "Attitude"

Johns Hopkins University has emerged in the past year as an unlikely lightning rod for controversy. Between "satire" on "fat chicks" and musings on emasculating women, scarcely a month has gone by without word of new journalistic hijinx. But today's a new level of achievement entirely. » 3/22/11 5:30pm 3/22/11 5:30pm

Meet The Wit Who Wrote About "Fat Chicks" At Johns Hopkins

Greg Sgammato wrote a piece mocking "fat chicks" (or, in his words, "elephants" and "wildebeests") for the Johns Hopkins News-Letter. Now you can see the face of this witty social critic — and his News-Letter partner in crime. » 9/20/10 1:02pm 9/20/10 1:02pm

Johns Hopkins News-Letter Issues "Sincere Apology" For "Satirical" Article

The editors of the Johns Hopkins News-Letter have issued an apology for a piece titled "Local Bison Bear All At Psi Kappa Psi Lingerave," noting that it "was deliberately written as a satirical piece." » 9/19/10 5:25pm 9/19/10 5:25pm