What’s adorable, hairy, clumsy, messy and playful?! No silly not football players, but puppies!!! Before you turn on your TV for that lame, kinda sacred thing called the Super Bowl (JK), be sure to catch all the action from the Puppy Bowl IX. It airs on Animal Planet today from 3-5 p.m.
Basically it’s the ultimate aww factor featuring different breeds of puppies from a wide range of animal shelters. There is even a Kitty Halftime Show, which is the purrfect opportunity for cat lovers to tune in as well. What better way to kick off your Super Bowl Sunday?
We have even provided you with some of our favs for this year’s top dog.
Stop what you’re doing. Stop it right now. Because UTB has this video, you see, that is probably the coolest and most adorable thing you’ll watch for the next like…couple of months. Introducing My Little Magic Book, the mind-blowing digitized scrapbook made by Penn freshman and emerging artist Julie Adam. The piece has already hit over 12,000 views and we are sure the number will only climb from here. We have an exclusive interview with the artist, so… Read the rest of this entry »
Product Design professor David Robertson really loves his students. Sometimes, when he goes home, he even misses them. Other times, he misses them so much that he wishes he could take them all home with him. To soothe his aching heart, Robertson constructed an intricate seating chart out of Legos with personalized figures to stand in for each of his beloved students.
Last week, Robertson presented his project to the class (which gave it “like, an overall A for concept and design, I guess, and maybe like a B for utility and function”) and allowed each student to take home his or her Lego clone. Cute was had by all.
While you may have spent this weekend bragging about how many formals you got invited to, one fraternity was determined to highlight their social season in a different way. In an email that is both hilarious and precious, this frat attempts to show the ultimate proof of brotherhood: a Foursquare badge.
The author implores all attendees to check in to the formal venue in order to create a “Swarm” of 50+ check ins, which is apparently better than getting laid. We don’t even think this is some kind of rush tactic, it’s just plain… silly.