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<p>When The Paper Wolf was first created in 1999, the appropriately titled “Back Page” of the printed publication was always reserved for fun (and often ridiculous) non-news items that were created strictly for entertainment purposes, such as games, silly quotes, and tongue-in-cheek campus observations. Now that the The Paper Wolf has entered the digital realm while retaining the historical title that now appears to be a misnomer, the tradition of The Back Page must continue, as well, with tongue planted firmly in cheek. </p>

CRY WOLF: LA DOTD Announces New 17-Year Construction Project to Widen LA 21 to 14 Lanes

[Cry Wolf Satirical News] (COVINGTON, La) The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) has announced a new 17-year construction project to widen a section of Louisiana Highway 21 in Covington to 14 lanes, according to multiple sources. The project, which will widen the section of LA 21 from Bootlegger Road to 11th Avenue, is […]

Wise, All-Knowing Prophet Tells Freshmen that High School Goes by Really Fast

Cry Wolf Satirical News (COVINGTON, La)  A sage prophet told a group of mesmerized freshmen Tuesday (Aug. 29) that high school goes by really fast, according to multiple mind-blown sources. “You have to cherish your time now,” said the oracle, 17-year-old senior Nathan Mace, as he generously conferred his wisdom upon some underclassmen. “Before you […]

Cry Wolf: Health-Conscious Mosquito Only Bites Gluten-Free People

[Cry Wolf Satirical News] (WHOLE FOODS – MANDEVILLE, La.) Buzzing about what a great lifestyle change it was, a health-conscious mosquito has started only biting gluten-free people, sources confirmed Wednesday (April 19). Following a recently popular fad in the mosquito community, the winged insect has reportedly started only biting and sucking the blood exclusively of […]

CRY WOLF: Student to Vote for Student Council Candidate Who Makes Better Empty Promises

Cry Wolf satirical news. (COVINGTON, La.) — Regarding the upcoming Student Council election, a St. Paul’s student has decided he will vote for the student council candidate that makes better empty promises, sources confirmed Wednesday (April 5). Reports say that sophomore Brian Deck’s vote will be won by the quality of promises that will never […]