If you’ve gone through life thinking that college students were smart, Left Behind at the Fishbowl will correct that assumption pretty quickly. Left Behind at the Fishbowl is a collection of “student leftovers at the printers at U of M’s ‘Fishbowl’ computer lab”. To these, the editor adds his thoughts (and drawings).
“Here’s a short story by a person that obviously has something against Jewish sorority girls. Can the main character change in the end? Can she turn from her ways? Give it three pages and the story actually starts.” -Hold the Sprinkles
“Diversity is to Chinatown as a capella music is to Espresso Royale. Remember that if you ever take the SAT.” -Chinatown and Expresso Royale
From taking on the tough issues like plagarism to offering pointed analysis of the Michigamua secret society’s search for identity, we’re confident you’ll find something you like that was left behind.