Articles by: Meley Habtegiorgis

Guy Who Claims to “Hate to Play Devil’s Advocate” Plays Devil’s Advocate Again

November 20, 2019 9:45 pmComments Off on Guy Who Claims to “Hate to Play Devil’s Advocate” Plays Devil’s Advocate Again
Guy Who Claims to “Hate to Play Devil’s Advocate” Plays Devil’s Advocate Again

In shocking news coming from the Tuesday afternoon section of POLISCI 153, senior Davie Carnick yet again insists upon playing devil’s advocate. Sitting in the front row, Carnick has always been the first to raise his hand; he feels it is his first amendment right to speak up and disagree […]

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Inspiring: Stanford Student Takes a Stand Against Cold Weather by Transferring

February 11, 2019 7:00 pmComments Off on Inspiring: Stanford Student Takes a Stand Against Cold Weather by Transferring
Inspiring: Stanford Student Takes a Stand Against Cold Weather by Transferring

(For confidentiality purposes, the Flipside will not be using Reed Pearson’s name in this article.) Winter quarter bears not only sad students, but also sad weather. One sandal-wearing Stanford student is taking this particularly hard; in fact, the frigid air and monsoon rains have pushed this young man to pursue […]

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A Political Science Major’s Credible Take on France’s Current Situation

December 10, 2018 5:00 pmComments Off on A Political Science Major’s Credible Take on France’s Current Situation
A Political Science Major’s Credible Take on France’s Current Situation

It’s crazy what’s happening in France. All the protesting! Absolutely mind-blowing. Yes, I’m a poli-sci major, so I probably understand the protest to a much more advanced degree than you. But to put it simply, this protest is at once completely unexpected and extremely expected. I want you all to […]

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Stanford Tackles Overcrowding by Pitching Tents on Football Field

November 3, 2018 3:00 pmComments Off on Stanford Tackles Overcrowding by Pitching Tents on Football Field
Stanford Tackles Overcrowding by Pitching Tents on Football Field

So many trees, so little room! The Stanford Class of 2022 is projected to overwhelm the school’s feeble infrastructure. The university has historically had a problems with overcrowding, which is no surprise, considering its meager $25 billion endowment. Fortunately, it seems that the university with the second largest campus in […]

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