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Hoover Tower Revealed to be Giant Phallus of Underground Herbert Hoover Statue

April 22, 2013 12:02 pmComments Off on Hoover Tower Revealed to be Giant Phallus of Underground Herbert Hoover Statue
Hoover Tower Revealed to be Giant Phallus of Underground Herbert Hoover Statue

Experts in the Archaeology department were shocked this week to discover that 238-foot Hoover Tower–previously assumed to be a stand-alone monument–is actually the phallic component of a massive underground statue in the likeness of 31st president and Stanford icon Herbert Hoover. State-of-the-art geological imaging techniques revealed that the nearly 2000-foot […]

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Stanford Archaeologists Investigate Dark Origins of Sorority Fanny Pack

May 6, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on Stanford Archaeologists Investigate Dark Origins of Sorority Fanny Pack
Stanford Archaeologists Investigate Dark Origins of Sorority Fanny Pack

While many downplay the fanny pack as merely a flamboyant form of sisterly swag, new data from local excavations indicates a more gruesome history. Dr. Cooper Sheldon, expert in barbaric anthropology, recently led a dig at the ancient burial grounds of former Pi Phis. “Our research provides incontrovertible evidence that […]

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