Articles by: Joseph Wu

Studies Show Stanford Students Pee Outside the Bowl

April 23, 2015 9:00 amComments Off on Studies Show Stanford Students Pee Outside the Bowl
Studies Show Stanford Students Pee Outside the Bowl

After a yearlong survey conducted by R&DE with data collected by the housing staff, a startling result has been concluded: on average, Stanford students, especially male students, seem to experience difficulty aiming into the bowl. After receiving complaints about the staining and yellowing bathroom floors around campus, R&DE has begun […]

Read more ›

Ask a Man Who Just Challenged Himself to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

September 22, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on Ask a Man Who Just Challenged Himself to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Ask a Man Who Just Challenged Himself to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Dear MWCHALSIBC, I’m a freshman, looking for reliable world news. It seems like every rag at the dining hall is full of amateurish journalism and/or “dick” jokes. Whenever I initiate a conversation about ISIS, people brush me off and go back to talking about banal nonsense. What can I do […]

Read more ›

Alumni Update: Where Are They Now?

May 20, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Alumni Update: Where Are They Now?
Alumni Update: Where Are They Now?

Joe Fluke ’86, MS&E, has made the most of his time after graduation. On the bright morning of May 5th, Joe finished the quarter-marathon of his life. Although an avid runner his whole life, he spared no training and preparation for this feat. In the month preceding the charity run, […]

Read more ›

10 Tips for a Fulfilling Summer

May 1, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on 10 Tips for a Fulfilling Summer
10 Tips for a Fulfilling Summer

Brought to You by the Career Development Center:   So it’s summer again, and the CDC has released their annual list of 10 mind-blowing tips for maximizing your summer plans. Be sure to take their wealth of advice in deeply to optimize your experience. Be Flexible—being flexible involves both unloosening […]

Read more ›