Articles by: Micah Cash

Environmentally Conscientious Student Feels Completely Comfortable Wasting Water Now That Drought Is Finally Over

February 8, 2017 9:00 amComments Off on Environmentally Conscientious Student Feels Completely Comfortable Wasting Water Now That Drought Is Finally Over
Environmentally Conscientious Student Feels Completely Comfortable Wasting Water Now That Drought Is Finally Over

Reporting that exacerbating the possibility of a relapse into a widespread agricultural and public health crisis incurs absolutely no personal guilt, Stanford student Jack Rogers (Earth Sys ‘18) told multiple sources that he feels completely comfortable wasting water now that Northern California’s recent severe water shortage has been over for […]

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Freshman Forming Deep Friendship With RA Who Is Contractually Obligated To Do So

November 14, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Freshman Forming Deep Friendship With RA Who Is Contractually Obligated To Do So
9/24/10 North Quad Phase II Housing images.

Lucie Stern Residence Hall – Gleefully exclaiming that he can see the beginning of a beautiful friendship, Donner freshman Michael Levin reported Friday that he is” really hitting it off” with second floor RA Tristan Snow (MCS ‘18), whose job responsibilities explicitly include befriending the Freshmen under his purview. “At […]

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Guy At Adjacent Urinal Sure Has A Powerful Stream

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Guy At Adjacent Urinal Sure Has A Powerful Stream

Men’s Bathroom—Some guy wearing Vans at the third stall from the left has an “absolutely gushing stream of urination”, according to an exasperated George Doverman (MCS ‘18), who, at press time, was desperately trying to ignore what sounded like a garden hose. “I mean I know not everyone has stage […]

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