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Russian Oligarch “Totally Fine” With Putin Seeing Other Businessmen

March 11, 2017 9:57 amComments Off on Russian Oligarch “Totally Fine” With Putin Seeing Other Businessmen
Russian Oligarch “Totally Fine” With Putin Seeing Other Businessmen

Russian oil tycoon Dmitri Spirakov, multi-billionaire and shadow operator of the Russian state, has announced that he “has absolutely no problem” with President Vladimir Putin seeing other corrupt magnates too. “No, no, it’s totally fine with me”, commented the massively wealthy petroleum baron. “Putin has been very clear that ours […]

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Op Ed: I Looked Pretty Cool Leaving My Midterm Early

November 28, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Op Ed: I Looked Pretty Cool Leaving My Midterm Early
Op Ed: I Looked Pretty Cool Leaving My Midterm Early

So I had my Chem midterm this week, and I thought it was actually really easy. I wasn’t sure how it was going to go, especially because I barely studied. I had, like, 3 papers due this week and another midterm coming up, so I honestly didn’t even care about […]

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Dear RCC: My Computer Lid is Broken. Also, What Is A Computer

October 13, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Dear RCC: My Computer Lid is Broken. Also, What Is A Computer
Dear RCC: My Computer Lid is Broken. Also, What Is A Computer

Hey RCC, I’m hoping to get assistance with some technical issues I’ve been having recently with my typing container. First of all, the handles fell off. As you know, this makes it very difficult for transport and storage. I’ve been trying the adhesive strategy we went over last week, but […]

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Campus A Cappella Groups to Begin Eleven-Month Hibernation Period

October 12, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Campus A Cappella Groups to Begin Eleven-Month Hibernation Period
Campus A Cappella Groups to Begin Eleven-Month Hibernation Period

As October enters full swing, midterms loom over us, and the Stanford a cappella singers prepare for the next phase of their yearly cycle. The a capella spend much of their time in dormancy, with the fall, winter, spring, and summer months spent in total camouflage. Nevertheless, a brief flurry […]

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