In Unrelated News, Evan Spiegel Announces New SnapChat Email Service

June 2, 2014 12:00 pm
In Unrelated News, Evan Spiegel Announces New SnapChat Email Service
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10 Tips for a Fulfilling Summer

May 1, 2014 9:00 am
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 […]

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Kid Vomiting in Stall Next To You To Run Fortune 500 Company Someday

April 21, 2014 12:01 pm
Kid Vomiting in Stall Next To You To Run Fortune 500 Company Someday

Stanford, CA – Defying all common sense, the Stanford student currently puking in the stall next to you undeniably has a good chance of one day serving as the Chief Executive Officer of one of the most powerful corporations on Earth. Although at the moment he has forced himself to […]

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Google Opens First Physical Store in Stanford Shopping Center

January 21, 2014 9:00 am
Google Opens First Physical Store in Stanford Shopping Center

In an effort to alleviate the strain on its servers and expand its footprint, tech giant Google announced the grand opening of its first physical storefront in the Stanford Shopping Center last Tuesday. “We think we can provide physical analogues of our most searched-for services, giving people the freedom to […]

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New Level of Stanford Commercialism

November 8, 2013 9:00 am
New Level of Stanford Commercialism

In a desperate attempt to reclaim their wasted investment of supposedly $100,000 per student, Stanford has now turned to selling their humanities majors to other universities. Under pressure to maintain its status as “the millionaire factory” and its ranking as #1 on Forbes’s list, Stanford started auctioning off their less […]

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Summer Intern Gains Valuable Real-World Experience Frantically Closing Facebook Tab on Web Browser

September 23, 2013 12:00 pm
Summer Intern Gains Valuable Real-World Experience Frantically Closing Facebook Tab on Web Browser

Although numerous Stanford students left The Farm this summer for internships at respected firms, the most coveted of these employment experiences belonged to those interns who gained real hands-on experience in abruptly minimizing Facebook pages when their managers or supervisors strode past. “It was great to have the opportunity to […]

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Flipside Year in Review 2012-2013

June 3, 2013 1:15 pm
Flipside Year in Review 2012-2013

August After reading 50 Shades of Grey, women across the nation tentatively broach the subject of light bdsm with their husbands and boyfriends. Experts calculate that if the energy of all the blood that collectively rushed into those men’s erections had been harnessed, it could have ended our dependency on […]

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Students’ Vocabulary Shown to be ‘80%’ buzzwords

April 16, 2013 9:00 am
Students’ Vocabulary Shown to be ‘80%’ buzzwords

Following a myriad of recent studies into the linguistic tendencies of Stanford’s rapidly diversifying student body, results show that the Class of 2016 suffers from what could be tentatively termed a a paucity of relevant vocabulary. Oriel Martin, Chair of the Department of Linguistics, remarked, “Many freshmen seem incapable of […]

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New Startup Promises to Revolutionize…Fuck It, Who Cares

April 8, 2013 12:03 pm
New Startup Promises to Revolutionize…Fuck It, Who Cares

Three freshmen are planning to revolutionize the way people advertise with social media, or consult about marketing, or something. The freshmen met in Otero and immediately hit it off after discovering their shared interest in startups, social media, marketing, design, business, consulting, platform integration, big data, venture capital, development, educational […]

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Freshman at Career Fair Worried He Doesn’t Have Enough Room on Resume

October 8, 2012 12:01 pm
Freshman at Career Fair Worried He Doesn’t Have Enough Room on Resume

Among the students who flocked to Stanford’s fall career fair on Monday was freshman and Otero resident Mark Blumberg, who was overheard complaining to dormmate Stacy Gwyn that one page just wasn’t enough space to fit his accolades and extracurriculars, let alone his skills and experience acquired ‘outside the classroom.’ […]

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