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A Standardized Formatting Guide for a Post-Truth Research Paper

April 4, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on A Standardized Formatting Guide for a Post-Truth Research Paper
A Standardized Formatting Guide for a Post-Truth Research Paper

Now that we have entered an age of “post-truth,” a time in which facts and personal opinions are one and the same, the standard formatting guides of days past no longer apply. MLA and Chicago style may have worked well when you could “fact-check” a peer’s work, but now a […]

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Report: Stepdad Bod Equally Pudgy, Less Emotionally Present

May 18, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Report: Stepdad Bod Equally Pudgy, Less Emotionally Present
Report: Stepdad Bod Equally Pudgy, Less Emotionally Present

After the dad bod’s adorable chub failed to help it overcome its differences with their mom, researchers confirmed on Wednesday that the stepdad bod, while equally pudgy and far more likely to take them out for ice cream, simply hasn’t connected with them on the same emotional level. “From its […]

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New Research Shows that First Line of Beowulf Translates to “Sup fools”

December 2, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on New Research Shows that First Line of Beowulf Translates to “Sup fools”
New Research Shows that First Line of Beowulf Translates to “Sup fools”

This article payed for and endorsed by the Stanford English Department The tepid pool of Anglo-Saxon Literary Research is positively rippling with controversy after Dr. Walke of the University of Manchester suggested that the opening line of Beowulf should be translated as “How we have heard of the might of […]

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Student Spends Summer Researching the Effects of a Child’s Extended Adolescence on Middle Class Families

September 24, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on Student Spends Summer Researching the Effects of a Child’s Extended Adolescence on Middle Class Families
Student Spends Summer Researching the Effects of a Child’s Extended Adolescence on Middle Class Families

At the end of last year, sophomore Ryan Tweed was presented with an amazing opportunity. As the rising junior now recalls, “All around me, my friends were finding these incredible jobs and internships. One girl was going to be working at Boeing, and my roommate had found a lab where […]

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Kappa Sig Frat Sets Record For Number of Girls Sleeping Over

October 4, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on Kappa Sig Frat Sets Record For Number of Girls Sleeping Over
Kappa Sig Frat Sets Record For Number of Girls Sleeping Over

On the first night of the quarter, the residence of Kappa Sigma set a record for the number of girls caught spending the night. The grand total of thirty-two girls shattered the previous record of three, a figure that had stood on the books since 1924. Especially surprising was the […]

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Mattress Researchers Release Innovative Mattress With No Wrong Side

February 9, 2011 8:27 pmComments Off on Mattress Researchers Release Innovative Mattress With No Wrong Side
Mattress Researchers Release Innovative Mattress With No Wrong Side
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Stanford Researcher Discovers Missionary Position



September 27, 2009 3:26 pm0 comments
Stanford Researcher Discovers Missionary Position



By Chad Levin In another miracle of science, Stanford researcher Dr. Phillip Huang, PhD has discovered the missionary sex position. Huang and his team of several undergraduate researchers have been studying intercourse between Homo sapiens for over a decade, and they claim this breakthrough promises to change the world forever. […]

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Study Finds Research Results Skewed By Students Looking For Beer Money

October 12, 2008 2:15 am0 comments
Study Finds Research Results Skewed By Students Looking For Beer Money

By Gregory Linsch STANFORD—The Stanford Psychology department just released the results to a revolutionary study that they had been conducting over the past forty years: 93.2% of the results they have obtained from surveys and studies conducted on college campuses have come from students looking for beer money. Some are […]

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