Opinion: I may stink, but I’m saving the environment

February 4, 2010 12:22 am
Opinion: I may stink, but I’m saving the environment

By Ben Burges The environment is in danger. Each day, we go about our business—filling landfills, drilling in the arctic, killing rain forests—but do we do anything to stop it? No. Well I think this sucks, and I’m going to do something about it. Here at MIT, we know what […]

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Opinion: “I Never Said Any of Those Things”

January 18, 2010 10:04 pm
Opinion: “I Never Said Any of Those Things”

By She I am disgusted.  Everywhere I go these days, I find that any comment anybody makes that even has the slightest hint of being sexually charged is quoted as having come from my mouth.  This is defamation to the highest degree.  I am in a healthy, monogamous relationship. I […]

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Stanford Drops Tiger Woods

December 31, 2009 11:50 pm
Stanford Drops Tiger Woods

STANFORD,CA – Stanford has announced that effective immediately, it will drop Tiger Woods from all of its advertisements.  In light of the car crash and the allegations it has brought about, Stanford has joined the ranks of Gillette, Accenture, and Gatorade in dropping Woods.  He will no longer be featured […]

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Opinion: Tiger Woods Gives Us a Bad Name



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Opinion: Tiger Woods Gives Us a Bad Name





By Tony the Tiger 
 Over the past several decades I, along with my tiger brethren, have worked hard to give tigers a good name. For years we were frowned upon, viewed as carnivorous beasts, monsters who will stop at nothing for a morsel of food. Just look at how […]

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Opinion: Northern California is Hella Tight

November 16, 2009 8:43 pm
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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Opinion: Excuse Me, Ma’am, But I Think Your Breasts Are Fake

October 19, 2009 3:44 pm
Opinion: Excuse Me, Ma’am, But I Think Your Breasts Are Fake

I’ve seen a lot of breasts in my day, and that set looks nothing like anything I’ve seen before. For starters, they both seem to point the same way. Believe me, the left breast should point left and the right breast should point to the right—that’s how nature intended it. […]

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A Mother Laments Stanford’s “Gender-Biased” Dorm Housing

May 18, 2009 2:36 pm
A Mother Laments Stanford’s “Gender-Biased” Dorm Housing

By Alicia Huffman, mother of Denise Huffman ‘11 If sharing a room with a member of the same sex is not your idea of acceptable college housing, beware. Oblivious parents like me haven’t realized that Stanford has been forcing our children to live in these horrific “gender-biased” rooms. Our daughter […]

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EXPOSED: Relay For Life Is A Pro-Life Event—We Support the Relay For Choice

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EXPOSED: Relay For Life Is A Pro-Life Event—We Support the Relay For Choice

Every year, students across the country work to organize the “Relay For Life,” an event which, according to the American Cancer Society, “raises money for the fight against cancer.” But while the Relay For Life may seem like a genuine and legitimate attempt to end disease, further examination reveals that […]

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THE INSIDE SCOOP: The Art of Girl-Flirting

April 13, 2009 9:10 am
THE INSIDE SCOOP: The Art of Girl-Flirting

By Reva Laughlin Rush. What a wonderful way to find your sisters at Stanford! Standing in line alphabetically, waiting to enter the room filled with clapping and cheering sorority girls, I have truly connected with all the girls whose last name begins with “L.” I have even become quite close […]

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OPINION: Why Didn’t Anyone Tell me Max Weinstein Was Jewish!?

March 8, 2009 3:58 pm
OPINION: Why Didn’t Anyone Tell me Max Weinstein Was Jewish!?

By Joel Weinstein JERUSALEM—I like to think I’m a reasonable person. I know how to think, I can make logical inferences about the world, and on rare occasions I’ve even been known to think outside of the box, but last Thursday I was shocked when, while looking through the local […]

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