Paul the Psychic Octopus Retires from Professional Predicting, Ponders Next Steps

July 21, 2010 12:53 pm
Paul the Psychic Octopus Retires from Professional Predicting, Ponders Next Steps

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY- In a surprise move, Paul, the Psychic Octopus who correctly predicted the outcome of all of Germany’s 2010 World Cup matches as well as the World Cup final, has announced his decision to retire from professional predicting.  In an eloquent speech that was chosen from two possible speeches […]

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Famous One In a Million World Cup Octopus is Actually Just One In 64 If you Do the Math

July 17, 2010 1:10 pm
Famous One In a Million World Cup Octopus is Actually Just One In 64 If you Do the Math
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Phenomenal Court Mopping Propels Stanford to First NCAA Volleyball Championship Since 1978

May 16, 2010 1:25 pm
Phenomenal Court Mopping Propels Stanford to First NCAA Volleyball Championship Since 1978

Reminiscent of bat-boy legend Jake Newman’s phenomenal 1987 performance that propelled Stanford to a college baseball title, 12-year-old court mopper Devon Johnson led the Stanford Cardinal to its first men’s volleyball championship since 1978. Analysts agree that Johnson’s lightning quick reflexes to dash onto the court after each point and […]

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Lebron James to Sign with the Stanford Cardinal

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Lebron James to Sign with the Stanford Cardinal

League sources have confirmed that superstar LeBron James plans to opt out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers to sign with the Stanford Cardinal. Tired of early playoff exits, James decided he needed a change of scenery. At his press conference, James said, “I’m really excited to play for […]

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FSPN: Nice

May 9, 2010 4:24 pm
FSPN: Nice
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Toby Gerhart Selected With 51st Pick in the Draft

April 25, 2010 2:42 pm
Toby Gerhart Selected With 51st Pick in the Draft
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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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Stanford Groups Table in White Plaza

March 7, 2010 10:36 pm
Stanford Groups Table in White Plaza

Click to Launch the Activities Fair Slideshow! WHITE PLAZA–Last Friday, Stanford students came together to table in White Plaza to promote some of the lesser known groups on campus. The following groups tabled at the activities fair: The White Male Community Center came to White Plaza to help push for […]

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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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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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