Post Tagged with: "murder"

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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OpEd: I totally screwed my Roo by framing him for murder

May 1, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on OpEd: I totally screwed my Roo by framing him for murder
OpEd: I totally screwed my Roo by framing him for murder

Hey, Gibby here. I know there’s technically no “winner” of Screw your Roo, an event put on in most freshmen dorms to help get your roommate screwed, but if there was, I might as well be handed the prize right now. Rather than going the normal route of setting my […]

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New “Kill A Man” IntroSem to be Offered Spring Quarter

October 21, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on New “Kill A Man” IntroSem to be Offered Spring Quarter
New “Kill A Man” IntroSem to be Offered Spring Quarter

Faculty Director Russell Berman is proud to announce a new Introductory Seminar, entitled “Kill A Man”, will be offered this Spring Quarter. For ten intensive weeks, undergraduates will learn the intricate process of first-degree murder with emphasis on real world applications. As with all IntroSems, “Kill A Man” is a […]

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New York Man Admits to Murder on “Humans of New York”

May 19, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on New York Man Admits to Murder on “Humans of New York”
New York Man Admits to Murder on “Humans of New York”

In a classic interview for the portrait blog Humans of New York, area man Jacob Muller, 33, admitted to murdering a stranger in an elevator at the YMCA. Brandon Stanton, the creator and photographer for the HONY blog, has been questioned by the police regarding a recent post in which […]

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May Flowers Found Dead; April Showers’ Disappearance to Blame

May 7, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on May Flowers Found Dead; April Showers’ Disappearance to Blame
May Flowers Found Dead; April Showers’ Disappearance to Blame

CALIFORNIA – Last Thursday, police discovered the body of May Flowers, a young girl whom locals said embodied life, sunshine, and spring. “It’s horrifying, especially now. This month was the time I used to see little Flowers everywhere I went. She was always there, at the park, in front of […]

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Students Fight, Steal, and Kill for Dalai Lama Tickets

October 17, 2010 2:51 pmComments Off on Students Fight, Steal, and Kill for Dalai Lama Tickets
Students Fight, Steal, and Kill for Dalai Lama Tickets

WHITE PLAZA—In the days leading up to the on campus talk by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, students across campus worked tirelessly to find tickets to the event, often resorting to extreme acts of violence. “I really wanted to hear what he had to say about peace and compassion,” said […]

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