Articles by: Robin Fierberg

Lost: Sexy JUUL, Last Seen At Frost

May 21, 2018 3:05 pmComments Off on Lost: Sexy JUUL, Last Seen At Frost
Lost: Sexy JUUL, Last Seen At Frost

Hey y’all, I’ve run into quite the conundrum: I woke up hungover and happy after an epic time at Frost, only to realize that my beautiful juul, Vanesssa, was nowhere to be found!   I’m writing this in the hopes that one of my faithful readers noticed Vanessa, lying there […]

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Four Ways You Can Still “Do” Spring Quarter Even When You’re Abroad

May 7, 2018 11:59 amComments Off on Four Ways You Can Still “Do” Spring Quarter Even When You’re Abroad
Four Ways You Can Still “Do” Spring Quarter Even When You’re Abroad

Studying abroad can be a great opportunity to get a change of pace and to experience new things, but spending months in a foreign country can also lead to homesickness and FOMO for your friends back on campus, especially during sunny Spring Quarter. Because of this, Stanford’s Counseling and Psychological […]

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Op-Ed: I Made my Phone Screen Black and White Because a Vox Video Told Me to, and Now I’m Blind

March 19, 2018 12:03 amComments Off on Op-Ed: I Made my Phone Screen Black and White Because a Vox Video Told Me to, and Now I’m Blind
Op-Ed: I Made my Phone Screen Black and White Because a Vox Video Told Me to, and Now I’m Blind

  That’s right folks, those internet trolls got me again, and this time it’s resulted in a pesky little problem: I’ve lost vision in both of my eyes. Last night, as I was browsing some of my favorite YouTube channels, which include Vox, NowThis and The Young Turks, I came […]

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Arrillaga Dining Adds Baby Seal to Menu in Honor of Family Weekend

February 26, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Arrillaga Dining Adds Baby Seal to Menu in Honor of Family Weekend
Arrillaga Dining Adds Baby Seal to Menu in Honor of Family Weekend

Parents visiting campus this weekend were met with a tasty surprise when Arrillaga Family Dining Commons — everyone’s favorite Michelin-rated temple to the culinary arts — added baby seal to its menu as a special Family Weekend treat. “We’re giving students and families exactly what they want: more high-quality, locally-sourced […]

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Notice of Correction: Prof. David Palumbo-Liu a Decepticon, Not an Antifa Terrorist Ringleader as Previously Reported

February 12, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Notice of Correction: Prof. David Palumbo-Liu a Decepticon, Not an Antifa Terrorist Ringleader as Previously Reported
Notice of Correction: Prof. David Palumbo-Liu a Decepticon, Not an Antifa Terrorist Ringleader as Previously Reported

In a stunning op-ed published yesterday, professor David Palumbo-Liu refuted recent claims by The Stanford Review that he is “hell-bent on blowing shit up and throwing mailboxes through windows in the name of antifa thugs.” Instead, the comparative literature scholar admitted that he is actually Megatron, leader of the Decepticon […]

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Op-Ed: If the rest of my RA application wasn’t impressive enough, here’s a story about that time I blacked out and hit up every single frat on the row

January 22, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: If the rest of my RA application wasn’t impressive enough, here’s a story about that time I blacked out and hit up every single frat on the row
Op-Ed: If the rest of my RA application wasn’t impressive enough, here’s a story about that time I blacked out and hit up every single frat on the row

It’s no secret, RA apps are competitive, but have I got an ace up my sleeve: that one time I totally blacked the fuck out and managed to hit up every single frat on the row. Everyone knows the RA selection process is an exact replica of the team selection […]

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Report: Tinder paired me with a Kyrgyzstani yak herder’s daughter and now I have to pay a 10-goat dowry

December 3, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Report: Tinder paired me with a Kyrgyzstani yak herder’s daughter and now I have to pay a 10-goat dowry
Report: Tinder paired me with a Kyrgyzstani yak herder’s daughter and now I have to pay a 10-goat dowry

  I’ve been on Tinder for about a week now, and, although my location is clearly set to Palo Alto, California, I’ve exclusively been matched with a Kyrgyzstani yak herder’s daughter from the remote village of Abdykalyk. Given that Olga has consistently been my only match, I figured it couldn’t […]

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