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Gaieties actor on vocal rest ends up taking permanent vow of silence, no one cares

November 14, 2017 3:09 pmComments Off on Gaieties actor on vocal rest ends up taking permanent vow of silence, no one cares
Gaieties actor on vocal rest ends up taking permanent vow of silence, no one cares

Sources confirmed yesterday that an actor in Gaieties 2017 who has been on vocal rest for the past three days, Gen Erick ‘21, has decided to take a permanent vow of silence. Other sources confirmed that no one cares. “I just feel more at peace than I’ve ever felt,” typed […]

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Gaieties To Feature Cameos From Cal’s Entire Starting Defense

November 16, 2015 12:01 pmComments Off on Gaieties To Feature Cameos From Cal’s Entire Starting Defense
Gaieties To Feature Cameos From Cal’s Entire Starting Defense

Reports indicate that Gaieties, Stanford’s long-running musical that ridicules our enemies from across the Bay, will this year feature cameos from every athlete currently starting for the Bears’ defense. While this move may surprise many, given that these 11 men will be playing against Stanford on Saturday, many Cal players […]

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Offended Groups Walk out of Gaieties Discussion

February 2, 2011 12:37 amComments Off on Offended Groups Walk out of Gaieties Discussion
Offended Groups Walk out of Gaieties Discussion

ROBLE DORM THEATER–Yesterday night, the Ram’s Head Theatrical Society held a discussion to promote conversation about the controversial student production Gaieties.  The discussion started out productive and positive. One student voiced his opinion that “Gaieties was too offensive because it may make people feel insecure about their identity, since they […]

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Stanford Zoroastrians Protest Not-Being-Made-Fun-Of at Gaieties

December 6, 2010 1:35 amComments Off on Stanford Zoroastrians Protest Not-Being-Made-Fun-Of at Gaieties
Stanford Zoroastrians Protest Not-Being-Made-Fun-Of at Gaieties

When Wilma and Adarbad stormed out of Gaieties 45 minutes into the show, few people took notice. Most people thought that they were simply leaving to go to the bathroom; no one, however, realized that they were making a political statement. “We, the two Zoroastrians at Stanford are appalled, offended, […]

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