Articles by: Maggie Rosenthal

Op-Ed: Megalodon Is In Lake Lag And I Have Proof

March 17, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: Megalodon Is In Lake Lag And I Have Proof
Op-Ed: Megalodon Is In Lake Lag And I Have Proof

Look guys, hear me out on this one. Megalodon is real and he is living in Lake Lag right now. I get it, you might be a little skeptical. I was too at first! Does it really make sense for this massive shark, presumed extinct for over 2 million years, […]

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Biker Hit By Marguerite Shuttle Still Arrives At Destination Before Marguerite

February 26, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Biker Hit By Marguerite Shuttle Still Arrives At Destination Before Marguerite
Biker Hit By Marguerite Shuttle Still Arrives At Destination Before Marguerite

  In a horrifying crash just in front of the Oval, the Marguerite, Stanford’s Free Shuttle, hit sophomore Josh Thacil while he was biking to the CalTrain station last week.   Onlookers say Thacil went flying through the air after being clipped by the bus, and emergency services were quickly […]

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Op-Ed: Let Me Tell You Why You’re Wrong

February 21, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: Let Me Tell You Why You’re Wrong
Op-Ed: Let Me Tell You Why You’re Wrong

  Look, you have a lot of valid points, I’ll give you that. And don’t get me wrong, this has been a thought-provoking and respectful debate so far. You definitely raise some interesting questions, but let’s be honest: you’re wrong. You’re just so incredibly wrong and also, I’m right. Let […]

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Report: Local Satire Paper Missed Major Sporting Event

February 19, 2017 9:00 amComments Off on Report: Local Satire Paper Missed Major Sporting Event
Report: Local Satire Paper Missed Major Sporting Event

Surprising absolutely no one, the Flipside staff has managed for two weeks to miss the opportunity to poke fun at the most widely televised athletic event in the U.S., the Super Bowl. Sources confirm that the Flipside nerds vaguely knew of the event’s occurrence and relevance, but that they had […]

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Op-Ed: I Think A Crocodile Would Win In A Fight Against An Alligator, But I’m Not Willing To Bet Everything On It

February 1, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: I Think A Crocodile Would Win In A Fight Against An Alligator, But I’m Not Willing To Bet Everything On It
Op-Ed: I Think A Crocodile Would Win In A Fight Against An Alligator, But I’m Not Willing To Bet Everything On It

Okay, so call me crazy, but I think a crocodile would win in a matchup against an alligator. Now, to be fair, I’m not completely sure about this. I wouldn’t bet my life on it. To be honest, I can’t say I would even put $100 on it. But let […]

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Roommate Exiled to Svalbard

January 30, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Roommate Exiled to Svalbard
Roommate Exiled to Svalbard

In an unfortunate misunderstanding, sophomore Eric Robertson was exiled by his roommate late last Friday night to the remote Norwegian island of Svalbard in the high arctic. According to various residents of Crothers Hall, the dorm where the exiling occurred, Eric and his room mate were seen conversing quietly before […]

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Administration Postpones FMOTQ To January 32nd, Hopes Students Won’t Notice

January 10, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Administration Postpones FMOTQ To January 32nd, Hopes Students Won’t Notice
Administration Postpones FMOTQ To January 32nd, Hopes Students Won’t Notice

In an email sent out to the student body late Monday night, university administration announced they have made the decision to postpone Full Moon on the Quad to a later date once again, specifically January 32nd. This announcement comes after administration’s initial delay of the annual tradition from its customary […]

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Student Starting to Question Laptop Stickers’ Actual Relevance to His Life

November 14, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Student Starting to Question Laptop Stickers’ Actual Relevance to His Life
Student Starting to Question Laptop Stickers’ Actual Relevance to His Life

Sophomore Mark Carlton has started to question the importance of the random stickers on his laptop after realizing they no longer have any relevance to his life and are, in general, not very well thought out articles of self-expression. Though he did admit the stickers allow him to feel superior […]

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