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Whacking Side Of Computer Still Hasn’t Fixed Axess, CS Professors Report

November 6, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Whacking Side Of Computer Still Hasn’t Fixed Axess, CS Professors Report
Whacking Side Of Computer Still Hasn’t Fixed Axess, CS Professors Report

Now that Week 6 has come and gone, students have begun to enroll in courses for winter quarter. Unfortunately, however, Axess is still not working. According to Stanford’s IT Department, the site crashed at midnight a few days ago due to increased traffic coinciding with the opening of course registration […]

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Stanford CS Major Unable to Use Pencil, Spurs New “Printing in the Major”

April 1, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on Stanford CS Major Unable to Use Pencil, Spurs New “Printing in the Major”
Stanford CS Major Unable to Use Pencil, Spurs New “Printing in the Major”

The WIM (writing in the major) is a required class for every concentration offered at Stanford, designed to familiarize students with writing practices in their chosen fields. However, the administration has been forced to come to terms with the fact that students in certain fields may require additional help to […]

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Uninformed Opinions: What About Me++?

March 11, 2013 12:02 pmComments Off on Uninformed Opinions: What About Me++?
Uninformed Opinions: What About Me++?

Inspired by the runaway success She++, I am pleased to announce the grand kickoff of Me++, designed to foster and inspire coding for me. Right now, I am shockingly underrepresented in the professional world of computer science. Pop Quiz: Do you know what percentage of the workforce includes me? Answer: […]

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

February 27, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on CS Major Fails Senior Thesis as Robotic Project “Jeremy Lin” Short-Circuits
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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Picking Up the Turkey Drop: Donate a Girlfriend to a CS Major!

November 29, 2011 11:00 amComments Off on Picking Up the Turkey Drop: Donate a Girlfriend to a CS Major!
Picking Up the Turkey Drop: Donate a Girlfriend to a CS Major!

STANFORD, CA – The Salvation Army has partnered up with the Haas Center for Public Service in the first annual Stanford Turkey Drop. In addition to celebrating the fact that a bunch of white people didn’t starve to death, Thanksgiving marks the deadline at which long-distance relationships maintained during the […]

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