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Guy in Vomit-Stained Shrek 2 Onesie Will One Day Win Nobel Prize

January 29, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Guy in Vomit-Stained Shrek 2 Onesie Will One Day Win Nobel Prize
Guy in Vomit-Stained Shrek 2 Onesie Will One Day Win Nobel Prize

Partygoers who left TDX around 1 AM this past Saturday on their way out of the frat house were met with a bizarre and grotesque sight: a drunk undergrad, clad in nothing but a loose-hanging Shrek 2 onesie, violently vomiting into the bushes and all over himself. But what onlookers […]

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World’s Top Physicists Agree: NBC Should Not Put Parks and Recreation on Hiatus

October 31, 2013 9:00 amComments Off on World’s Top Physicists Agree: NBC Should Not Put Parks and Recreation on Hiatus
World’s Top Physicists Agree: NBC Should Not Put Parks and Recreation on Hiatus

Following the announcement from television and radio network NBC that the popular mockumentary-style sitcom Parks and Recreation, the greatest minds in the field of physics collaborated on a staggering report that shows conclusively that NBC has erred in its decision. On the subject of the show, which chronicles the lives […]

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Spring Quarter Already Here

April 3, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on Spring Quarter Already Here
Spring Quarter Already Here

Despite all of the disbelief sweeping the campus, spring quarter is already here. Thousands of extremely confused Stanford students have come back to campus, only to realize that their general perception of time was completely warped. Here at the Flipside, we were a bit confused as well, so we contacted […]

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Desperate Students AutoTune Physics 45 Lecture

September 27, 2009 11:02 pm0 comments
Desperate Students AutoTune Physics 45 Lecture
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Students Turn Driving into a Drinking Game

June 1, 2009 7:59 pm0 comments
Students Turn Driving into a Drinking Game

STANFORD, CA—Stanford students have always been at the forefront of new developments in every field, and the recent breakthroughs in drinking games have been no exception. Three days ago, Electrical Engineering major Glenn Demitt ’10 and Physics PhD Huy Lin ’09 took drinking games to an entirely new level with […]

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