Volume 3, Issue 12, (Originally Published on Monday 27th May 2013)
Last Thursday, the LSS Careers Officers launched the publication of the Careers Guide 2013.
The Guidebook provides much insight into many of the career options law students may consider pursuing after graduating from law school.
The lunchtime launch was largely successful, with many students showing up to steal some lollies and instagram the helium balloons.
On closer inspection, things weren’t as bright and cheery as the guidebook and gummy bears suggested.
The dark side of the launch party was the revelation that it was in fact an antifeminist brainwashing attempt, cleverly hidden under the guise of an event which would attract a large proportion of the student body.
A statistical analysis of the balloons on level 1 showed that there were more male-coloured balloons than female-coloured balloons at the event, bringing to light the subversive and reactive nature of the society.
Gender debate has been prevalent among the more vocal law students in the past few weeks. The proposal to name a 9pm snack stall ‘TSS’ to stand for ‘Tasty Study Snacks’ was rejected because it might spark thoughts of Toxic Shock Syndrome. While TSS is a syndrome that could affect persons of any gender or age, it is strongly associated with menstruating women.
Everyone refused to comment on the balloons, but De Minimis thinks that further discussion is necessary to figure out which gender actually runs the law school.