Brendan Wendlandt

Who would have thought a name could cause so much controversy?  Beloved, prestigious satire publication The Slant recently fell under intense legal fire. The publication’s name was created by Editor-in-Chief Sam “Jesus” Sliman as a cheeky play on the idea that the news publication is biased (or “slanted”). However, as...

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Gully Hender, a known masochist Commodore majoring in neuroscience on a premed track, had been up studying for three consecutives nights in preparation for his biochemistry exam. In order to stay focused, he drank a total of nine Bang Energys and took 100 milligrams of unprescribed Adderall. With shaking hands,...

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By: Brendan Wendlandt Vanderbilt Chancellor Daniel Diermeier has been implicated in a potential conflict of interest with a Spanish oil company, Deoleo, presumably for his own financial benefit and/or pleasure. A formal complaint was written to Vanderbilt’s Office of Investigation Logistics (OIL), requesting a full investigation into Diermier’s gluttonous dealings. ...

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