WPI Student Celebrates Super Bowl 50 with Overwhelming Indifference

When asked if he would be siding with Panthers or the Broncos in tonight’s “big game,” WPI junior, Gerald Franklin informed The Institute that...

A Freshman’s Guide to DAKA Hacks

The Institute staff compiled this list of 10 essential tips and tricks to help you survive your first year in dining hall paradise. 1. Stack...

Second Semester CA Faces Existential Crisis

WORCESTER, MA - Current roommates reported earlier this week that local WPI student Ashley Stone has been grappling with the tough realization that she...

RBE Major Seeks Love at Beam Signing Ceremony

Sources reported Thursday that senior Robotics Engineering major, Tanner Brink, attended the Innovation Studio’s Beam Signing and Topping Off Ceremony in the hope of finding true...

Students Sit in Gym For 12 Hours to Raise Money for CEO’s Mansion

The campus bustles as students, faculty, and staff prepare for another year of Relay for Life, taking place in the Recreation Center this upcoming...

Introducing SNAP X Premium Shuttles; Sleek, Luxurious, Still Not on Time

As part of an exciting new initiative to suck less during the 2017-2018 academic year, WPI’s SNAP transportation service has unveiled its new premium...

HoverBoards Deemed Too Risky for School’s Overwhelming Unathletic Population

This past Tuesday the administration released a memo restricting the use and storage of hoverboards in residence halls and dining halls. The memo came...

Skull Embroiders “Exclusive” on Ribbons; Clears up Confusion

Facing concerns that their secret society wasn’t achieving high enough levels of attention, members of WPI’s senior honor society, The Skull, announced their initiative...

More Helpful WPI Countdowns to Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat

Last week a helpful countdown was posted on myWPI which aims to keep students in total suspense for the next year and a quarter while campus...

Lone Asshole Takes Up Entire Table Meant for Six

At approximately 3PM local time, sources reported that WPI sophomore Jerry Thompson walked right past the desks designed for individual use, and sat himself...