Student Tattoos Resume on Chest

October 13, 2011 6:00 am
Student Tattoos Resume on Chest

Last Thursday, Stanford’s largest career fair attracted hundreds of students to White Plaza to speak with over 300 employers about internships and industry. One student, Galen Solinsky, found that informally speaking with employers and simply handing out a paper resume was insufficient. Instead, he tattooed his resume onto his chest […]

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A Question to Republican candidates

October 12, 2011 6:00 am
A Question to Republican candidates

A NASA satellite is threatening to crash into the Earth. How would you as President deal with this threat? Mitt Romney- I would cut personal and corporate tax rates, empowering the private sector to deal with this threat. I dealt with many similar issues at Bain Capital and this is […]

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Andrew Luck Pitches and Catches

October 11, 2011 6:00 pm
Andrew Luck Pitches and Catches

Two weeks ago, Andrew Luck showed the football community that he is not only a prolific pitcher, but he is a more than willing catcher as well. Late in the first quarter of the UCLA football game, Luck went both ways and switched positions. After taking the snap, Luck handed […]

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Students Rolled Out to MemChu for Early Mass

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Students Rolled Out to MemChu for Early Mass

Several freshmen were rolled out early Sunday morning for early mass at MemChu. Other students in the dorm were shocked by the hazing that occurred. The rolled out students claimed, however, that they were honored to have been chosen for such an exclusive club. Rolled out students were repeatedly dunked […]

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Arrillaga Dining Commons Named to Honor Gymnasium

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Arrillaga Dining Commons Named to Honor Gymnasium

To honor what is, in the words of Stanford President John Hennessy “a gymnasium like no other”, the Arrillaga Dining Commons was christened on Friday to much fanfare. Board members paid tribute to the gym’s illustrious history, beginning as a humble basketball court in the 1960s before expanding to include […]

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Karel Goes on Strike; Refuses to Pick Up Beepers for 600 Students

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Karel Goes on Strike; Refuses to Pick Up Beepers for 600 Students

In a surprising blow to the CS department, the much-beloved programming bot “Karel” has declared that he is going on strike this quarter. “I simply refuse to pick up beepers for 600 students,” he said in an interview last Sunday outside of Nokia Auditorium in the Huang building. “It’s unfathomable […]

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