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Haas Center announces Turkey Slaughter Day, a “hands-on experience for service-oriented birdkillers”

November 6, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Haas Center announces Turkey Slaughter Day, a “hands-on experience for service-oriented birdkillers”
Haas Center announces Turkey Slaughter Day, a “hands-on experience for service-oriented birdkillers”

In a move aimed to please humanitarians and psychopaths alike, Stanford’s Haas Center for Public Service has announced that it will be hosting and funding an on-campus “Turkey Slaughter Day” later this month. “Essentially what we’ll be doing is bringing in a number of turkeys in anticipation of Thanksgiving and […]

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Cherished Ambassador to Czechoslovakia Dies at Age 85

February 18, 2014 12:01 pmComments Off on Cherished Ambassador to Czechoslovakia Dies at Age 85
Cherished Ambassador to Czechoslovakia Dies at Age 85

Despite their historic disputes, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have come together this past week in mourning over the loss of the former ambassador to the now nonexistent state of Czechoslovakia. Mrs. Shirley Temple Black, who passed last Monday, February 10th, was the 27th ambassador of the United States to […]

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Necromancer Community Revels in Successful Frost Revival

May 25, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on Necromancer Community Revels in Successful Frost Revival
Necromancer Community Revels in Successful Frost Revival

This past Saturday, while the rest of the campus was rocking out to Modest Mouse, the Stanford Necromancer Society celebrated the great accomplishment of one of their most ambitious projects to date: the revival of Robert Frost. The Stanford Necromancer Society, which typically meets in Old Union on Tuesday nights […]

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Appropriations Committee Eliminates Support for Student Life Programs on Campus: 30 Found Dead

March 7, 2010 10:24 pm0 comments
Appropriations Committee Eliminates Support for Student Life Programs on Campus: 30 Found Dead



OLD UNION—Last Tuesday, the ASSU Appropriations Committee met to discuss the future of student life programs on campus. In light of new budget rules and by-laws, the continued existence of student life on campus is no longer guaranteed. During its meeting, the Appropriations Committee voted to cut funding for student […]

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Lone Strand of Grass Surives on Wilbur Field

March 1, 2009 7:35 pm0 comments
Lone Strand of Grass Surives on Wilbur Field
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Opinion: “I Know Why The Mausoleum Party Was Moved—Those Dead People Were Coming Alive”

November 1, 2008 9:45 pm0 comments
Opinion: “I Know Why The Mausoleum Party Was Moved—Those Dead People Were Coming Alive”

Some of you may just think I’m your average conspiracy theorist, but that is certainly not the case. I have some reliable inside scoop here, but I won’t tell you exactly where I got the information from (the spirits).
     First let me dispel some of the overriding theories for […]

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