Articles by: Roger Humphries

BREAKING: We’ve Found Waldo

June 1, 2010 1:52 pmComments Off on BREAKING: We’ve Found Waldo
BREAKING: We’ve Found Waldo

The world has been desperately searching for Waldo for the past twenty-three years, and we have finally found him! He’s been roaming around in rather conspicuous locations on the Stanford campus. Take a look at some of the places we’ve seen him. Click to launch slideshow See our previous slideshows: […]

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Phenomenal Court Mopping Propels Stanford to First NCAA Volleyball Championship Since 1978

May 16, 2010 1:25 pm0 comments
Phenomenal Court Mopping Propels Stanford to First NCAA Volleyball Championship Since 1978

Reminiscent of bat-boy legend Jake Newman’s phenomenal 1987 performance that propelled Stanford to a college baseball title, 12-year-old court mopper Devon Johnson led the Stanford Cardinal to its first men’s volleyball championship since 1978. Analysts agree that Johnson’s lightning quick reflexes to dash onto the court after each point and […]

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Class of ’72 Surges to Win Battle of the Classes

May 9, 2010 4:28 pm0 comments
Class of ’72 Surges to Win Battle of the Classes

Citing the need to defend their claim as the best class since the Vietnam War, the Stanford class of 1972 devastated the competition during Stanford’s inaugural Battle of the Classes. As current undergraduates gradually arrived clad in spirit bandanas and funny hats,’72 immediately established their dominance, armed to the teeth […]

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Bike Parking Citation Causes Student to Reevaluate Life

March 28, 2010 8:05 pm0 comments
Bike Parking Citation Causes Student to Reevaluate Life

Dane Coleman ’10 is the first to admit that his bike parking etiquette was not exactly commendable. Before the citation, his bike could be found obstructing the walkways of the quad, locked to door handles, or even secured to the leg of a Rodin sculpture near the Cantor Arts Center. […]

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Parents of Azia Kim Apprehended at Parents’ Weekend

March 1, 2010 5:19 pm0 comments
Parents of Azia Kim Apprehended at Parents’ Weekend

In a bizarre continuation of the scandal that swept the campus just three years ago, it appears that the parents of Stanford imposter Azia Kim have been apprehended for falsely attending Parents Weekend. Authorities grew suspicious of the couple when a security guard witnessed Mr. Kim boosting Mrs. Kim into […]

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ASSU Matchmaker Pairs Entire Female Campus with David Gobaud

February 16, 2010 5:36 pm0 comments
ASSU Matchmaker Pairs Entire Female Campus with David Gobaud

While organizers initially dubbed the premiere of the ASSU Matchmaker Service a success, reports of tampering have led students and administrators alike to question the effectiveness of the service. By Valentine’s Day, it appeared that over two thousand individuals had registered for the free service. Students first began to suspect […]

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Vancouver Welcomes Cross-Country Snowboarding For Newest Olympic Event

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Vancouver Welcomes Cross-Country Snowboarding For Newest Olympic Event

Evolved not from the highest levels of competition, but in the everyday jostling of the lift lines, the rising popularity of cross-country snowboarding has vaulted the event onto the Olympic stage. The newest sport pits snowboarding dude against snowboarding bro for five kilometers of flat terrain. Unlike cross-country skiing, where […]

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What is Sarah Palin Writing on Her Hand?

February 11, 2010 1:04 am0 comments
What is Sarah Palin Writing on Her Hand?

Sarah Palin recently gave a speech at the National Tea Party Convention, and wrote a few notes on her hand to remember the important talking points. Palin has been giving speeches all around the country and has a lot to remember. We here at the Flipside were able to get […]

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Study Finds: If Your Hand is Bigger than Your Face You Need Surgery

January 28, 2010 2:25 am0 comments
Study Finds: If Your Hand is Bigger than Your Face You Need Surgery

In a packed auditorium on Saturday, Stanford Hospital Director Ken Toshi informed a somber audience of the very real medical problems associated with having a larger hand than face. In a prepared statement, Toshi debriefed the audience, stating, “our meta-analysis of over six hundred patients revealed that those unfortunate individuals […]

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Opinion: Northern California is Hella Tight

November 16, 2009 8:43 pm0 comments
Opinion: Northern California is Hella Tight

Dude, Northern California is hella sick.  I don’t even know how people survive in places like Kansas or Canada or anywhere else.  We’ve got a gnarly beachfront to surf in the summer and insane mountains to carve in the winter.  And the weather is always hella sunny, so people are […]

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