I got 99 problems…

and TU is one.

If you’re like me – and, God help you child if you are – you have a lot of problems. You have #whitegirlproblems, #princessprobz, #JAPdilemmas, #firstworldproblems, the list could go on. Well, let’s rejoice, fellow students, because a Twitter account has finally been dedicated to our biggest problem of all – TU problems.

Finally, there’s a place for all of us dissatisfied students to gripe about the condition of our campus, the train wreck so fondly referred to as Club Tech, Annie Weaves and, of course, the Hipsters.

The tweets are hilarious and oh-so-true. So the next time you find yourself around the corner from a shooting with no TU Alert in sight, don’t forget to tack on that #TUproblems hashtag at the end.

Relic hipster icon bashes Fourteenth Street mag on blog

Ironic though, isn’t it?

After reporter Josh Fernandez gave Philebrity.com editor and co-founder Joey Sweeney ample opportunity to put in his expert hipster two cents for his Fourteenth Street magazine (inserted in this week’s issue of TTN) cover article on hipsters adopting queer style, the blog, true to its form, published a barely-there, almost-funny-but-not-quite post attempting to ridicule the mag.

In its post, Philebrity boasts Sweeney’s response to Fernandez’s request for comment, saying, “Instead, he forwarded the email to all of his friends with the subject header “PLEASE KILL ME.” A decision, for the record, he still stands by.”

Funny, because Sweeney’s actual response to the request went something like this: “Hi Josh- I’m gonna pass on this one. Good luck!”

Read: I would respond to you, but I’m too busy hanging out and posting comments here.

Fourteenth Street thanks you for the free publicity, Philebrity. How are ad sales these days?

As a kind sidenote, your “hip” use of Yiddish words is facacta in itself. If you’re going to muddle other tongues, at least have the decency to learn to spell the words correctly. Or are you too cool for that?