Carbonized Fossil, Vol. 33

Retro-style “Diamonds and Coal” from The Herald’s issue on Feb 14, 2003:

“Neither a diamond nor coal to Valentine’s Day. No bitterness here. Nope, not one bit.”

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Carbonized Fossil, Vol. 31

Retro-style “Diamonds and Coal” from The Herald’s issue on September 7, 2001:

“A big fat diamond ring, necklace and decorative brooch to Ruth Simmons for a graceful, stirring Convocation keynote. And another diamond to President Simmons for articulating her plan for increasing faculty salaries. Welcome home.”

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Carbonized Fossil, Vol. 30

Retro-style “Diamonds and Coal” from The Herald’s issue on September 17, 2004:

And a diamond to the brilliant Brunonian who thought to affix a Jägermeister bottle to the paw of the statue of the bear outside Faunce House. Next up, wanna find a donkey, feed it some beer?

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Carbonized Fossil, Vol. 29

Retro-style “Diamonds and Coal” from The Herald’s issue on December 1, 2006:

A diamond to Dean of Admission Jim Miller ’73, who framed this year’s drop in early decision applications as evidence that “ED fever is swelling down a little bit.” Because everyone can support a decline in on-campus ED.

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Carbonized Fossil, Vol. 28

Retro-style “Diamonds and Coal” from The Herald’s issue on September 16, 2005:

diamond to M-Sex, FemSex’s new sibling workshop. For far too long, women have freely and openly talked about sex while the topic remained taboo among men, even in private conversation. Our society was so centered on female sexuality that men didn’t even feel comfortable discussing what made them feel good. Thank goodness M-Sex will begin to change all that.

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Carbonized Fossil, Vol. 27

Retro-style “Diamonds and Coal” from The Herald’s issue on November 4, 2005:

cubic zirconium to the imminent death of the hard-copy Course Announcement Bulletin. Paper doesn’t crash or do maintenance during prime time. On the other hand, paper doesn’t involve fun-to-use pull-down menus.

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