Articles by: Corbin Foucart

Philosophy Department Unveils “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays

October 1, 2012 12:01 pmComments Off on Philosophy Department Unveils “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays
Philosophy Department Unveils “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays

As part of the Office of Alcohol Policy & Education’s push for sober alternatives to high-risk drinking activities, the Philosophy department received funding to host “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays, which they all but guarantee is going to be a campus-wide hit. “My friends have tried playing bingo, watching movies, and […]

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ASSU Election Proceeds Smoothly, Without Drama

April 16, 2012 6:01 amComments Off on ASSU Election Proceeds Smoothly, Without Drama
ASSU Election Proceeds Smoothly, Without Drama

Stanford sources are pleased to report that last week’s election proceeded unusually smoothly and without the melodrama and fuss that typically accompanies ASSU elections. “Nothing really happening here,” said ASSU Elections Commissioner Adam Adler, as he made the final move in a game of computer solitaire. “Normally, elections are filled […]

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Arts Corner: “There’s No Way That Photo Was Taken in February”

February 6, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on Arts Corner: “There’s No Way That Photo Was Taken in February”
Arts Corner: “There’s No Way That Photo Was Taken in February”

On Thursday morning, February 2nd, Sophomore Henry Mathis allegedly pulled out his iPhone and took what is certainly—if it is, in fact, real—one of the most powerful photographs of the decade. Mathis’ picture featured the Main Quad lit by some pleasant morning sunshine, a picture he uploaded to Facebook with […]

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GOP Nominates a Cement Mixing Truck

January 17, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on GOP Nominates a Cement Mixing Truck
GOP Nominates a Cement Mixing Truck

Confronted with a sorry group of candidates growing more ridiculous with each passing debate, the GOP recently announced an intent to forgo party decorum in favor of an unorthodox political strategy in the 2012 election. After a heated six hour, closed-door discussion, GOP leaders have announced that they will not […]

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Math Student Finds Real Analysis Much Less Interesting After Getting Action

November 14, 2011 6:00 amComments Off on Math Student Finds Real Analysis Much Less Interesting After Getting Action
Math Student Finds Real Analysis Much Less Interesting After Getting Action

Sources report that sophomore Nathan Kingston, child prodigy and math aficionado, has lost significant interest in the arcane processes behind real analysis after getting some action at Sigma Nu last Friday night. “Basically, I’m the shit now,” a confident Kingston told the Flipside, scratching his balls nonchalantly. “For a while, […]

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Alcohol Edu Helps Freshman Make Good Life Choices

November 7, 2011 6:00 amComments Off on Alcohol Edu Helps Freshman Make Good Life Choices
Alcohol Edu Helps Freshman Make Good Life Choices

Sources report that Stanford’s mandatory online Alcohol Edu program for freshman helped freshman Ben Zimmerman make better choices about alcohol last Thursday night. “I was totally about to get my slizz on,” Zimmerman told the Flipside earlier this week “but then I remembered that I didn’t even pass Alcohol Edu […]

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Andrew Luck Skips NFL, Goes Straight to Prison

October 10, 2011 6:00 amComments Off on Andrew Luck Skips NFL, Goes Straight to Prison
Andrew Luck Skips NFL, Goes Straight to Prison

Following what will surely be another amazing season, star quarterback Andrew Luck has decided to skip enrollment in the NFL and go straight to prison, a move which has excited a flurry of activity among the higher echelons of the pre-game-show douchebag world. Mark Walder, a veteran sports analyst for […]

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