Articles by: Sasha Maldonado

Hillary Clinton Announces She Will Indeed Run

January 5, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Hillary Clinton Announces She Will Indeed Run
Hillary Clinton Announces She Will Indeed Run

Sources close to Hillary Clinton have told the Stanford Flipside that the former Secretary of State has made an important decision since the beginning of the new year. Effective January 1, Clinton will be running, following a plan carefully crafted over several months by a trusted team of advisors. “Mrs. […]

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CME 69 “Fucking Hard MATLAB Problems,” Pilot Concluded

December 2, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on CME 69 “Fucking Hard MATLAB Problems,” Pilot Concluded
CME 69 “Fucking Hard MATLAB Problems,” Pilot Concluded

A trial run of Stanford’s newest engineering course, CME 69, concluded Friday to overall praise, and a few moans, from students. The course was intended to be an intensive introduction to vector calculus and physics, featuring evaluating curves, exploring concavity, and solving two- and even three-body problems.  “This was my […]

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Arrillaga Fork Breeding Program Launched

November 17, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on Arrillaga Fork Breeding Program Launched
Arrillaga Fork Breeding Program Launched

In a what experts have deemed a very ambitious conservation effort, Stanford biologists have begun an initiative to combat dwindling fork populations in dining halls across campus. Researchers say the decline has been going on for several months, but only recently became troubling enough to pose a serious threat to […]

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Ambitious Freshman Pre-Meds Get Experience with EMTs Within First 12 Hours of Classes

October 6, 2014 12:01 pmComments Off on Ambitious Freshman Pre-Meds Get Experience with EMTs Within First 12 Hours of Classes
Ambitious Freshman Pre-Meds Get Experience with EMTs Within First 12 Hours of Classes

PALO ALTO — Studies have found that medical school selectiveness has been on the rise for years, leading undergraduate students to act earlier and more aggressively to prepare themselves for the admissions process. Aware of the fierce competition, some students have allegedly decided to dedicate time to building their resumes […]

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