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Quote of the Week 9/19/16

September 22, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Quote of the Week 9/19/16
Quote of the Week 9/19/16

“…I think there will be party favors” –Freshman, calling parents

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Freshmen Predict RAs to Bang

October 5, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Freshmen Predict RAs to Bang
Freshmen Predict RAs to Bang

“It was obvious even from move in day,” explained Cedro freshman Annelise B. “Katie is the hot RA. The one every guy in the dorm has a crush on.” Further investigations have only confirmed this statement. “I would totally ‘cross the line’ with her….I think” said another resident who still […]

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Freshman Confident, Mistaken

September 21, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Freshman Confident, Mistaken
Freshman Confident, Mistaken
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A Note From Your Friendly R.A

October 24, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on A Note From Your Friendly R.A
A Note From Your Friendly R.A

Now, don’t get me wrong; I love being an R.A. I love helping out my freshman. I love seeing how bright-eyed and bushy-tailed they are when they go down Palm Drive, or see MemChu for the first time, or discover that the dryers can run for more than 15 minutes […]

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Ambitious Freshman Pre-Meds Get Experience with EMTs Within First 12 Hours of Classes

October 6, 2014 12:01 pmComments Off on Ambitious Freshman Pre-Meds Get Experience with EMTs Within First 12 Hours of Classes
Ambitious Freshman Pre-Meds Get Experience with EMTs Within First 12 Hours of Classes

PALO ALTO — Studies have found that medical school selectiveness has been on the rise for years, leading undergraduate students to act earlier and more aggressively to prepare themselves for the admissions process. Aware of the fierce competition, some students have allegedly decided to dedicate time to building their resumes […]

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Freshman Hides Lone Beer Before Parents’ Weekend

February 25, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on Freshman Hides Lone Beer Before Parents’ Weekend
Freshman Hides Lone Beer Before Parents’ Weekend

Staring at the half-drunk can of Coors Light that stood glaringly on his desk, remnant of that one crazy rager he hosted where he and his friend played one whole game of beer pong, freshman Alan St. Clair was unsure of what to do. Eventually, after much encouragement from his […]

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The Freshman Guide to Stanford Football 2013

September 23, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on The Freshman Guide to Stanford Football 2013
The Freshman Guide to Stanford Football 2013

Since arriving on campus, you may have heard that Stanford is the defending Rose Bowl Champions. (If you haven’t heard this yet, say that previous sentence aloud and then you will have.) Because the NCAA does this silly thing where it does not adjust to the whims of Stanford’s academic […]

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Epidemic Turns East Campus into Post-Apocalyptic Society

January 26, 2013 9:00 amComments Off on Epidemic Turns East Campus into Post-Apocalyptic Society
Epidemic Turns East Campus into Post-Apocalyptic Society

Tragedy struck campus last week as Vaden’s supply of flu shots finally expired, plunging the east side of campus into a dystopian, post-apocalyptic wasteland. Wilbur freshman James Todd described the downfall of Wilbur: “the infected, no longer contained in the bathrooms, spilled out into the hallways, eventually infecting the entire […]

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Freshman at Career Fair Worried He Doesn’t Have Enough Room on Resume

October 8, 2012 12:01 pmComments Off on Freshman at Career Fair Worried He Doesn’t Have Enough Room on Resume
Freshman at Career Fair Worried He Doesn’t Have Enough Room on Resume

Among the students who flocked to Stanford’s fall career fair on Monday was freshman and Otero resident Mark Blumberg, who was overheard complaining to dormmate Stacy Gwyn that one page just wasn’t enough space to fit his accolades and extracurriculars, let alone his skills and experience acquired ‘outside the classroom.’ […]

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Student Realizes He Doesn’t Have to Make Bed by Day 3 of NSO

September 25, 2012 9:00 amComments Off on Student Realizes He Doesn’t Have to Make Bed by Day 3 of NSO
Student Realizes He Doesn’t Have to Make Bed by Day 3 of NSO

The morning of Thursday, September 20 began like any other for Serra freshmen Peter Jennings.  According to eyewitness accounts, the lanky 6’1” high school valedictorian unconsciously swung his legs off his extra-long twin bed, mechanically rotated his body 180 degrees, and instinctively reached for the edge of his comforter to […]

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