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Stanford student Mitchell Green through he’d just stop and say “hi” to his dorm-mate from last year. As Kelly Peterson made her way to the Mudd Chemistry building for section, Mitchell smiled and politely asked how her day was going. After a minute of pleasantries, Mitchell reminded Kelly about that […]Read more ›
WASHINGTON, DC—Last night, after a year of almost no productivity, Congress passed House Resolution No. 671. This resolution, titled “Goals for 2010,” contained a list of objectives for Congress to complete over the next year. First on the list is a goal of losing weight. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) explained, […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›