Post Tagged with: "Satire"

Sophomore “Too Successful” After Switching Major to CS Halfway Through Career Fair

October 9, 2017 5:00 pmComments Off on Sophomore “Too Successful” After Switching Major to CS Halfway Through Career Fair
Young smiling man holding his resume applying for a job

As application season for summer jobs swings into full gear, one enterprising student has found trouble in an unexpected place: after changing his major to CS halfway through a career fair, sophomore Noah Evans was overwhelmed by “so, so many” job offers. “I was actually a Classics major up through the […]

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Study Finds Half Of People Do Not Look Both Ways Before Voting

April 18, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Study Finds Half Of People Do Not Look Both Ways Before Voting
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Stanford Review Executes Real Life Unicorn In White Plaza

April 4, 2016 1:25 pmComments Off on Stanford Review Executes Real Life Unicorn In White Plaza
Stanford Review Executes Real Life Unicorn In White Plaza

In an attempt to both boost their on-campus reputation and delight the Stanford community, The Stanford Review captured a live unicorn and murdered it in the center of campus on Sunday. The Stanford Review, Stanford’s Independent Newspaper, has been dealing with backlash against their event which they argue was not […]

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Breaking: Flipside Writer Gives Up Satire for Lent

February 23, 2015 12:01 pmComments Off on Breaking: Flipside Writer Gives Up Satire for Lent
Breaking: Flipside Writer Gives Up Satire for Lent

This past Wednesday, Magellan J. Pfluke, reported staff writer and editor for The Stanford Flipside, declared that he would honor the Catholic observance of Lent by giving up satirical journalism, expressing respect for the self-restraint that it takes for one to give up a troublesome habit. The decision comes at […]

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