Articles by: Maggie Rosenthal

Professor Accidentally Opens List of Students Ranked by Hotness Instead of Powerpoint

November 6, 2019 12:00 pmComments Off on Professor Accidentally Opens List of Students Ranked by Hotness Instead of Powerpoint
Professor Accidentally Opens List of Students Ranked by Hotness Instead of Powerpoint

In a mistake that will haunt Dr. Eric Breckenridge for the rest of his tenured career, the esteemed professor and leader in his field of advanced discrete theory accidentally opened the wrong file at the beginning of lecture for MS&E 142, revealing a list of his students. Though Dr. Breckenridge […]

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Flipside News in Brief: Georgian Mistresses, AAU Surveys, and Night Rabbits

May 18, 2019 4:49 pmComments Off on Flipside News in Brief: Georgian Mistresses, AAU Surveys, and Night Rabbits
Georgia State Capitol Building in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Georgia Passes de facto Abortion Ban, Exception for Senators’ Mistresses News came last week of a Georgia bill outlawing abortions, a potential challenge to the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling. Interestingly, the fine print of the bill includes a single loophole — women ages 18 to 22 working under the […]

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Movie Review: I Thought Avengers: Endgame Was Just Okay Because of the Part Where Tony Stark Shitted Out the Infinity Stones

April 30, 2019 7:00 pmComments Off on Movie Review: I Thought Avengers: Endgame Was Just Okay Because of the Part Where Tony Stark Shitted Out the Infinity Stones
Movie Review: I Thought Avengers: Endgame Was Just Okay Because of the Part Where Tony Stark Shitted Out the Infinity Stones

I was as excited as the next person to watch the twenty-second film in the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse, and I even coded a hacking algorithm so that I could be sure to secure one of the Cardinal Nights tickets and risk expulsion for this dumb movie. Still, I have to […]

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Op-Ed: I’m Beginning to Regret The Chris Brown Sticker on My Hydroflask

January 28, 2019 7:00 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: I’m Beginning to Regret The Chris Brown Sticker on My Hydroflask
Op-Ed: I’m Beginning to Regret The Chris Brown Sticker on My Hydroflask

I’m facing a pretty serious problem, and it has to do with my Hydroflask. I rock a mango colored 532 mL bottle, with a wide mouth polyurethane flex cap. Pristine condition. She’s covered with a carefully curated selection of only the finest stickers displaying my interests and morals. At first […]

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Turning Point USA Adds Mario Kart’s Birdo to Stanford Watchlist for “Sexual Deviancy”

June 5, 2018 12:12 amComments Off on Turning Point USA Adds Mario Kart’s Birdo to Stanford Watchlist for “Sexual Deviancy”
Turning Point USA Adds Mario Kart’s Birdo to Stanford Watchlist for “Sexual Deviancy”

Over the last week, conservative nonprofit Turning Point USA announced the addition of the Mario Kart character Birdo to the professor watchlist for Stanford University. TPUSA has been quite active on campus in the last week, with founder, director, and certifiable hottie Charlie Kirk and communications director Candace Owens coming […]

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Report: Kairos in state of anarchy after all-staff firing, Wine and Cheese nights under threat

May 14, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Report: Kairos in state of anarchy after all-staff firing, Wine and Cheese nights under threat
Kairos

Following the firing of all Kairos staff members last week, the Flipside has received reports that the house is steadily devolving into a state of brutal dog-eat-dog anarchy — and the situation seems to only be getting worse. Initially, neighboring houses reported hearing shrieks and groans coming from the now-ungoverned […]

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Report: Pure Sigma Chi Bloodline To Be Dirtied by Non-Greek Plebeians Next Year

May 7, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Report: Pure Sigma Chi Bloodline To Be Dirtied by Non-Greek Plebeians Next Year
Report: Pure Sigma Chi Bloodline To Be Dirtied by Non-Greek Plebeians Next Year

In a turn of events that has horrified many, it was announced earlier this week that the Alpha Omega chapter of Sigma Chi will be opening its house to the “plain folk” of Stanford in the coming academic year. This break from tradition comes after Sigma Chi was prohibited from […]

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Op-Ed: I’m In Too Deep With These GSB Experiments, Please Help

May 6, 2018 9:01 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: I’m In Too Deep With These GSB Experiments, Please Help
Op-Ed: I’m In Too Deep With These GSB Experiments, Please Help

It started off with an email. The newsletter advertising different Graduate School of Business studies seemed like a simple way to make 7 bucks in just 20 minutes. So naturally, I signed up for a few, going in for some group thinking exercises, even some simulated negotiations. It was all […]

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Op-Ed: I’m a Human Trapped in a Hamster’s Body and I’m Worried This Will Impact my Chances During Rush

April 9, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: I’m a Human Trapped in a Hamster’s Body and I’m Worried This Will Impact my Chances During Rush
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Recruitment for Greek life on campus is starting up, and we all know what that means: my chance to be a part of the best and most exclusive social groups on campus is fast approaching. Here’s my concern though: while my mind and soul are human, my body is a […]

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Op-Ed: Does anyone want to swap P.O. boxes with me?

February 12, 2018 2:24 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: Does anyone want to swap P.O. boxes with me?
Op-Ed: Does anyone want to swap P.O. boxes with me?

Hey, would anyone be willing to swap P.O. boxes with me while I go abroad next quarter? Mine is fine, it’s a nice number and good location close to the front of the post office. The only thing that some people might find a little troubling is that there is […]

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