Anscombe Society to Perform Live Marriage on Campus

April 27, 2011 3:34 am
Anscombe Society to Perform Live Marriage on Campus

To combat changing definitions of marriage, Stanford’s new chapter of the Anscombe Society announced yesterday that it would marry two students in a live, public demonstration to support the cause of traditional marriage. “The ceremony will be highly pedagogical,” said Bernard VanBerkum, one of the group’s co-founders. “To reinforce our […]

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Dominos Launches Passover Specials

April 26, 2011 9:00 am
Dominos Launches Passover Specials

The Jewish community is abuzz with excitement over the announcement that Dominos will be serving Matzah Pizza for the duration of Passover. “I’m so stoked to order the 5-5-5 Matzah Pizza deal at 2am after I’ve been at Seder burning the bush for 4 hours,” said local Jew Isaac Greenberg. […]

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Issue 85 Puzzles

April 25, 2011 10:08 am
Issue 85 Puzzles
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Nobody Likes Girl’s Facebook Status Update

April 24, 2011 9:02 am
Nobody Likes Girl’s Facebook Status Update

Last Thursday evening, disaster struck Caity Dalton ’14 when her Facebook status update received zero likes over a period of more than four hours. At 8:32 pm, Dalton posted the following new status: “spent all day shopping for bikinis with @Angie Marshall and @Genna Thomas ;)” She recalls logging out […]

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Greetings from the First Mass-Produced Stanford Student!

9:01 am
Greetings from the First Mass-Produced Stanford Student!

Hi there, fellow student. I’m fresh off the assembly line they’ve set up in the basement of Munger and am glad we met. We should go to the CoHo sometime to catch up, and then resolve to do it more often. What are your interests? Personally I’m interested in diversity […]

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Study: 73% of People Who Use Handicap Door Button Not Actually Handicapped

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Study: 73% of People Who Use Handicap Door Button Not Actually Handicapped

In a groundbreaking study published by the Stanford Psychology Department last month, researchers found that nearly three-fourths of people who utilize the handicap door button are not physically disabled. Multiple hypotheses have emerged in light of this finding, which range from the relatively mundane – people like the convenience that […]

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