Student Press Headlines That Make Me Giggle: Poop and Mold Edition (The Northern Light, Alaska Anchorage)

There was a problem earlier this semester in two on-campus apartment complexes at the University of Alaska Anchorage: They smelled like rubbish and excrement.  An editorial in The Northern Light about the unsavory scents contains a headline offering simple advice on how to start solving the problem: “Poop and Mold Should Open Communication.”  (Hard to find fault with that assessment.)

The editorial’s lede is also too classic to leave out: “There are a lot of smells that could make a student living in on-campus housing not want to go home.  A roommate’s funky culinary extravaganzas, incense that smells like a smoke shop and the overwhelming, wafting scent of a roomie’s cologne or perfume choice can be daunting for some.  But there are two smells all people can wholeheartedly agree are bad: poop and mold.”

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