The Week: What You Missed


Sunday, November 13| Most professors do not encourage nibbling in the classroom but one Sacramento State psych professor feels the opposite. After his "Snack Patrol" forgot to bring goodies to class he walked out and refused to teach class. Next time, remember the trail mix kids.

At the age of 75, Evelyn Lauder, the co-creator of the pink ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness campaign, died due to complications regarding her ovarian cancer. A campaign that started in department cosmetic stores, the pink ribbon will stand strong due to Lauder's contributions.

Monday, November 14| Brad Pitt announced plans to end his acting career in three years, to focus on producing and spend more time procreating and with his family. Maybe Jolie and Pitt will have a baby of their own instead of trying to finish off their collecting frenzy.

Just in case you have been living under a rock and did not believe Kanye West was a control freak, Jay-Z confirmed the fact. No Jay-Z we did not forget the Taylor Swift incident or any other interaction of West in the past couple of years.

Tuesday, November 15| Wegman's covered the Adele issue of Cosmo this month but it was not because they are not a fan of the artist, just her cleavage. Apparently Wegman's tries to stay family friendly.

If you have been receiving huge cock spam on your Facebook feed, the company announced they are investigating the problem. It's up to you if you consider this a blessing or a curse.

Wednesday, November 16| The People have spoken. Bradley Cooper was named the sexiest man alive. Not only is he a sight to sore eyes but he can also cook and speak French. Hot damn.

Still battling with the popular brand, The Situation filled a lawsuit against Abercrombie and Fitch over shirts that say "The Fitchuation" and "GTL... You Know the Deal." The biggest news to us: the Jersey Shore star trademarked his name and GTL.

Thursday, November 17| The university placed Syracuse Assistant Head Coach Bernie Fine on administrative leave late Thursday after rumors stated he sexually abused a ball boy. Cuse, this might seem all to similar to the Penn State incident but remember one bad orange does not ruin the bunch.

Oregon became the first state to bring Ipads instead of ballets to the homes of disabled voters. While it is a step forward in technology we are not too sure why a six pound tablet seemed like an easier option than a sheet of paper.