Opinion: Frat Boys Have Rights Too! 

April 26, 2010 12:13 am
Opinion: Frat Boys Have Rights Too! 

Note to the reader: words that didn’t meet The Flipside’s decency standard have been replaced with *s.  F**k, this has got to f**king stop! Frat boys around the world, hear my call to rise up and fight for our rights. 
 
Rise up and unite against the looming cloud of oppression! Our […]

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Rejected Class of 2014 Enjoys a Weekend on the Farm

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Rejected Class of 2014 Enjoys a Weekend on the Farm

      This past weekend, many of the 92.8 percent of Stanford applicants who did not receive admission to the University were given a unique opportunity to get to know the campus that they will not be attending for the next four years. The ‘No-Fros’ partook in a wide range of activities, […]

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Messiah Still Undecided, Considers Stanford

April 22, 2010 10:12 pm
Messiah Still Undecided, Considers Stanford

Among concert pianists, Olympian athletes, and mathematical protégées, even the most exceptional hardly stand out among prospective students attending Stanford’s Admit Weekend.  Yet one ‘pro-fro’ this year stands out: the Messiah is considering a place in Stanford’s class of 2014 and has been spotted during this year’s Admit Weekend festivities. […]

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The Flip Report: April 22nd

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The Flip Report: April 22nd

In 5 Minutes Ago Out Class of ‘14 Class of ‘13 Going to class Kappa Sig’s Homophobia ΣΑΕ’s respect for women ΔΤΔ’s respect for couches Volcanoes Earthquakes The Plague

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College Prowler Visits Stanford On Sorority Rush Weekend; Cardinal Women Jump from C+ to A-

April 19, 2010 8:35 pm
College Prowler Visits Stanford On Sorority Rush Weekend; Cardinal Women Jump from C+ to A-

In an unexpected move by the college ranking website College Prowler, Stanford girls jumped from a C+ rating to an A- following a surprise inspection that took place over the weekend of April 9-11. Stanford males were shocked at the news, reporting that their interactions with hot girls had not […]

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OPINION: I Love Hearing Great Things About Myself



8:34 pm
OPINION: I Love Hearing Great Things About Myself



By a ProFro

 Hey guys, I’m a member of the Stanford class of 2014! Well, maybe the Stanford Class of 2014. I also got into Yale, Harvard, Princeton and MIT. Did you hear that this was the hardest year to get into the top schools? That’s okay though, since I […]

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OPINION: This is a great time to be ProFro!

8:33 pm
OPINION: This is a great time to be ProFro!

In the next few days, Stanford University will be flooded with the newest fros from the class of 2014, and I couldn’t be more excited. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions claimed that these will be some of the most unique fros that have ever been seen on this campus. Dean […]

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Report: PoPo to No-No RoHo-ProFro Hook Ups

8:31 pm
Report: PoPo to No-No RoHo-ProFro Hook Ups

At this year’s Admit Weekend, the Stanford PoPo will patrol dorms with ProFros to prevent ProFro-RoHo hook ups.    The PoPo has worked with the Head HoHos, HoHos and VoCos of FloMo, J-Ro and Arroyo. They also have trained them to answer questions about SoCo, O-Show and Lenovo.   Head […]

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AlertSU Update

8:30 pm
AlertSU Update

Warning: Pretentious student spotted near the Coffee House. The student was last seen wearing taupe Desert Boots, skinny jeans and a scarf. He may or may not have been wearing a blue or possibly black United Colors of Benetton sweater. Exercise extreme caution! The Stanford Sheriff’s Department considers this student […]

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ALERT: Cooties Outbreak on Campus, Cootie Shot Not Always Effective

April 16, 2010 3:13 am
ALERT: Cooties Outbreak on Campus, Cootie Shot Not Always Effective

A few months ago, researchers at Stanford Medical School’s Center for Clinical Immunology made a shocking announcement: the cootie shot does not, as previously believed, confer lifelong immunity to the devastating cooties disease. The first indication of a problem came earlier this month when Stanford junior Rebecca Neal fell ill […]

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