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Persimmons in Dining Hall Put Confusion Into Student Heads

October 10, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Persimmons in Dining Hall Put Confusion Into Student Heads
Persimmons in Dining Hall Put Confusion Into Student Heads

At around 11:45am on Oct 5th, reports began flowing in from Arrillaga Dining that some things called ‘persimmons’ had started to appear in large silver bowls throughout the dining hall. The emergence of this strange orange fruit(?), about the size of a tomato, has left the campus in shambles, placing […]

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Major Plan Narrowly Survives Third Round of Parental Questioning

May 19, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Major Plan Narrowly Survives Third Round of Parental Questioning
Major Plan Narrowly Survives Third Round of Parental Questioning

Though it seemed that her parents’ puzzled nodding might spill over into flat-out bewilderment, the major plan submitted last month by Junior Madeline Rodriguez narrowly survived a third round of questioning by her mom and dad at brunch on Sunday. “Look, it’s called Symbolic Systems, and the concentration is called […]

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Students Still Can’t Pronounce “Lathrop”

October 19, 2015 12:01 pmComments Off on Students Still Can’t Pronounce “Lathrop”
Students Still Can’t Pronounce “Lathrop”

In the year since Lathrop was designated Stanford’s 24-hour study space, students have come no closer to pronouncing “Lathrop” with any sort of accuracy or consistency. From “Lathrop” and “Lathrop” to even “Lathrop,” students have found more ways to mispronounce “Lathrop” than the number of people the space can actually […]

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Student Won’t Believe That It Is No Longer Opposite Day

April 23, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Student Won’t Believe That It Is No Longer Opposite Day
Student Won’t Believe That It Is No Longer Opposite Day

Despite numerous assurances by his exasperated family, peers, and waiters, Stanford freshman Billy Stevenson is still not not not convinced that it isn’t opposite day “You can never be 100% certain, but I’m pretty sure it’s not opposite day,” says Stevenson, winking at our reporter. Stevenson’s vehement and long-standing belief that […]

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