Brown’s Bedroom Bandit

Starting to get those first-round-of-midterms blues? Foucault and Saussure got you down?

BlogDailyHerald’s got the medicine to pick you right back up again. Enter “The Bedroom Bandit,” the latest literary exploit of Richard Jeanty (“Author of Sexual Exploits of A Nympho I & II,” according to the novel’s cover).

“But what,” you ask “separates this from all the other erotic literature I have read?”

Well, you may or may not be surprised to learn that the eponymous character, the feisty Bandit himself, attends Brown on scholarship by day. His first-year dorm: Bronson (so it’s true what they say: Keeney is for lovers).

While you may be halfway up and out of your seat already on the way to the bookstore, the cover disclaims, “WARNING: Highly Addictive Reading Material,” so handle with care.

How long can the Bandit keep up his philandering with the housewives of Bingham Lane? And what do chapters such as “There is a God,” hold in store? Keep your eyes peeled for the full review in Post-‘s literary section in coming weeks to find out…


Blorgchiving: even more fun than usual

The long weekend gave you two extra days to party — but Blorgchiving gives you years of partying history.

1985 — From the headline “Frosh Male in Drag Attracts Attention at Delta Phi Bash” and the front-page placement, you can tell this story wasn’t written anytime recently. Stefan Rice ’89 couldn’t make it into DPhi as a man on ladies’ night, so he got advice on mascara and walking like a woman from his friend — and platform shoes from “a girl with really big feet down the hall.” Rice was apparently a hit with the brothers, judging from the president’s insistence that no members of his fraternity hit on Rice and they could all tell he was a man. “Most guys wait for rush,” the president told The Herald. As for Rice, he didn’t just walk the walk in getting in touch with his feminine side. “I don’t know how they do it,” he said. “When I left, my bra itched, my feet hurt, and my ears hurt from the earrings.”

After the jump: an authoritarian crackdown and a hero’s response! Continue Reading