Women’s Basketball Team Loss Looked Great on the iPad

April 12, 2010 5:51 pm
Women’s Basketball Team Loss Looked Great on the iPad

STANFORD–Last week, the Stanford women’s basketball team took on the UConn Huskies in a tough NCAA championship match. Although the women’s team came out with a loss, many die hard fans reported that it looked great on the iPad. “It was hard watching Jayne Appel miss all those shots, but […]

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Editorial: Candidates Glossed Over the Important Issues

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Editorial: Candidates Glossed Over the Important Issues

The ASSU elections are over, and though dozens of candidates moved across campus spreading their ideas of a sustainable, tolerant and united Stanford, we think they missed many of the most important problems facing students today. We would like to take this opportunity to highlight some of these issues so […]

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The Flipside Voters’ Guide

April 5, 2010 7:22 pm
The Flipside Voters’ Guide

Here at the Flipside, we care about getting the truth from the candidates, so we did some detective work for you. We sent out a survey that asked the hard-hitting questions you really care about. You can see the endorsement survey here. After poring over the answers for days and […]

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Wang, Sachs, Explode Onto Campus Political Scene

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Wang, Sachs, Explode Onto Campus Political Scene

ASSU Senate candidates Showly Wang and Rebecca Sachs are making their presence felt across campus in a campaign that has grown to epic proportions. “This is the biggest campaign I have ever seen!” said fellow candidate Jason Lupatkin. “And trust me, I’ve seen a lot of campaigns.” Wang, who is […]

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ASSU Senate Tournament

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ASSU Senate Tournament

ASSU election season has arrived an it means just one thing: it’s time to fill out your brackets. There are thirty two senators running this election season for a chance at Stanford political fame. They hail from many different background and different dorms and divisions around the campus, but are […]

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Obama Appoints Fifteen During Congressional Recess

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Obama Appoints Fifteen During Congressional Recess

WASHINGTON, DC—Last week, while Congress was in recess, President Obama, in a brilliant display of executive power, asserted his authority by filling fifteen vacancies. Obama appointed important congressmen, politicians, and schoolyard heroes to positions of critical importance. They include the appointment of Nancy Pelosi to the jungle gym, Sarah Palin […]

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Chicken Coop Stages Coup using Coupe

April 2, 2010 12:31 am
Chicken Coop Stages Coup using Coupe

DES MOINES, IOWA- At approximately 4:00 AM on Saturday, the chickens of Coop C drove Farmer Owen Brown’s 1973 Honda Civic into Farmer Brown’s split-level home.  After crashing through the walls of the bedroom, the chickens, armed with the farmer’s old shotgun which he had accidentally left in Coop C, […]

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Stanford Admissions Rate Drops Below Zero

March 28, 2010 8:07 pm
Stanford Admissions Rate Drops Below Zero

STANFORD, CA—Six days ahead of schedule, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions released the results for the class of 2014 applicant pool. With 32,022 applicants, Stanford admission rates have gotten more competitive than ever. Earlier today, Dean of Admissions Richard Shaw announced that the acceptance rate for the class of 2014 […]

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Bike Parking Citation Causes Student to Reevaluate Life

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Bike Parking Citation Causes Student to Reevaluate Life

Dane Coleman ’10 is the first to admit that his bike parking etiquette was not exactly commendable. Before the citation, his bike could be found obstructing the walkways of the quad, locked to door handles, or even secured to the leg of a Rodin sculpture near the Cantor Arts Center. […]

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Download the new Stanford Flipside iPhone app!

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Download the new Stanford Flipside iPhone app!

The Stanford Flipside iPhone app is here! Stay up to date with the latest breaking news around Stanford and the world. You can buy this wonderful application on the iTunes store for free here. But its $2.30 if you live in Canada. Let us know what you think of the […]

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