Vancouver Welcomes Cross-Country Snowboarding For Newest Olympic Event

February 16, 2010 5:31 pm
Vancouver Welcomes Cross-Country Snowboarding For Newest Olympic Event

Evolved not from the highest levels of competition, but in the everyday jostling of the lift lines, the rising popularity of cross-country snowboarding has vaulted the event onto the Olympic stage. The newest sport pits snowboarding dude against snowboarding bro for five kilometers of flat terrain. Unlike cross-country skiing, where […]

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Soap Running Out!

February 12, 2010 8:12 am
Soap Running Out!

GOVERNOR’S CORNER –Fear and unrest have taken control of Apartment 205 of Suites-Jenkins after the six-man suite realized its supply of hand soap was dwindling. “We’re trying to make do,” says Cliff Crosland, one resident of the suite.  “When it was like a quartery full we re-filled it with water and […]

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Bill Clinton Hospitalized for Paper Cut

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Bill Clinton Hospitalized for Paper Cut

Former President Bill Clinton was hospitalized this Thursday to obtain medical care for what doctors concluded was a massive paper cut.  Doctors immediately bandaged the wound and gave his boo-boo a kiss. Dr. McDonald, chief of surgery at Washington Methodist, said, “It was good that he came in when he did.  If […]

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What is Sarah Palin Writing on Her Hand?

February 11, 2010 1:04 am
What is Sarah Palin Writing on Her Hand?

Sarah Palin recently gave a speech at the National Tea Party Convention, and wrote a few notes on her hand to remember the important talking points. Palin has been giving speeches all around the country and has a lot to remember. We here at the Flipside were able to get […]

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Seven Year Old Actually Becomes Chocolate Ice Cream

February 10, 2010 1:35 am
Seven Year Old Actually Becomes Chocolate Ice Cream

Despite warnings from his grandmother, seven year old Ricky Goldberg continued to eat chocolate ice cream until he actually became a pile of chocolate ice cream. “I always told him, ‘You know Ricky, if you eat too much of that ice cream, you’ll just turn into ice cream,’” said his […]

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Special Olympics Proud of Winter Olympics

February 8, 2010 3:45 pm
Special Olympics Proud of Winter Olympics

VANCOUVER—In a display of appreciation and support, the Special Olympics committee convened today to announce its ongoing support for the opportunities provided by the Winter Olympics. Tim Shriver, head of the 2010 Special Olympics explained, “We’re really excited for the opportunities provided to ‘normal’ people by the Winter Olympics. Though […]

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AIDS Awareness Groups Table in White Plaza

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AIDS Awareness Groups Table in White Plaza

FACE AIDS Gets Recognition but KOOL AIDS Steals the Show In an effort to support Dance Marathon and FACE AIDS, several groups tabled in White Plaza to promote their unique causes.  Among the groups present were KOOL AIDS, HEARING AIDS, and TEACHERS AIDS. The Associated Network of the United Students for […]

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Study: Drinking Too Much Alcohol Can Lead You To SAE

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Study: Drinking Too Much Alcohol Can Lead You To SAE

STANFORD, CA –– A recent study has shown there is a high correlation between over-drinking and waking up in SAE without your pants. While it may seem that this statement is relevant only to girls, the bizarre twist is that the statistics show that 60 percent of those who have […]

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The Flip Report: February 7th

February 7, 2010 9:01 pm
The Flip Report: February 7th

In 5 Minutes Ago Out iPad Kindle Stone Tablets FaceAIDS HIV/AIDS Smallpox Mark Sanford’s extramarital affair Tiger Wood’s extramarital affair(s) John F. Kennedy’s extramarital affairs

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Student Caught Doing Something Cheerful During Holocaust Seminar

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Student Caught Doing Something Cheerful During Holocaust Seminar

Senior Jon Harbeck came under fire yesterday failing to maintain an expression of solemn respect throughout the entirety of ‘Auschwitz: Lessons Learned’, a special presentation put on by the Stanford History Department.  Somber event administrators characterized Harbeck’s behavior as ‘flippiant’ and ‘entirely disrespectful’. University officials investigating the incident revealed that […]

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