Student Spends Entire Life Making One Page Document

February 27, 2012 6:00 am
Student Spends Entire Life Making One Page Document
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Hormel Introduces New Meat-Based Vegetable Substitute

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Hormel Introduces New Meat-Based Vegetable Substitute

Hormel, the corporation behind Spam and other processed meat delicacies, has announced plans to move forward with a new line of meat-based textured vegetable food products. The new products are targeted at a growing segment of consumers who like the idea of eating vegetables but can’t or won’t find a […]

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ESPN Apologizes For Offensive Jeremy Lin Headline Because Lin Doesn’t Wear Armor

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ESPN Apologizes For Offensive Jeremy Lin Headline Because Lin Doesn’t Wear Armor
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CS Major Fails Senior Thesis as Robotic Project “Jeremy Lin” Short-Circuits

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CS Major Fails Senior Thesis as Robotic Project “Jeremy Lin” Short-Circuits

Stanford senior Joel Cameron will fail his honors thesis after his advanced prototype robot “Jeremy Lin” crashed in the middle of an NBA game last Monday at Madison Square Garden. The critical error occurred when Lin’s programming was unable to respond to a return pass from New York Knicks forward […]

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Sustainability Group Calls it Quits After Depleting Resources

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Sustainability Group Calls it Quits After Depleting Resources

Since 1892, The Sierra Club has operated as a staunch advocate for environmental interests, sustainability, and responsible stewardship. Last week, however, members of the famous non-profit were stunned to discover that The Sierra Club had declared bankruptcy. According to a recent audit, the organization tripled its spending every year for […]

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President Obama Vetoes Keystone Pipeline, Call For Pabst Blue Ribbon Pipeline

February 25, 2012 6:00 am
President Obama Vetoes Keystone Pipeline, Call For Pabst Blue Ribbon Pipeline

Recently, President Obama has come under fire for refusing to approve construction of a Keystone pipeline from Alberta, Canada to the United States. Critics claim that the pipeline would have created jobs, helped boost the economy, and provided a supply of low-quality alcohol that could have satisfied the United States’ […]

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