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Carta Rolls Out New “Likelihood Your Professor Will Get MeToo’d” Statistic

October 9, 2019 12:00 pmComments Off on Carta Rolls Out New “Likelihood Your Professor Will Get MeToo’d” Statistic
Carta Rolls Out New “Likelihood Your Professor Will Get MeToo’d” Statistic

This past week, news of the resignation of Marty Stepp, the subject of multiple Title IX investigations and a CS Lecturer who coincidentally was Facebook friends with an uncomfortable number of former students, shocked students and faculty across campus. The administration quickly jumped into high gear to do what it […]

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Students’ Vocabulary Shown to be ‘80%’ buzzwords

April 16, 2013 9:00 amComments Off on Students’ Vocabulary Shown to be ‘80%’ buzzwords
Students’ Vocabulary Shown to be ‘80%’ buzzwords

Following a myriad of recent studies into the linguistic tendencies of Stanford’s rapidly diversifying student body, results show that the Class of 2016 suffers from what could be tentatively termed a a paucity of relevant vocabulary. Oriel Martin, Chair of the Department of Linguistics, remarked, “Many freshmen seem incapable of […]

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New Startup Promises to Revolutionize…Fuck It, Who Cares

April 8, 2013 12:03 pmComments Off on New Startup Promises to Revolutionize…Fuck It, Who Cares
New Startup Promises to Revolutionize…Fuck It, Who Cares

Three freshmen are planning to revolutionize the way people advertise with social media, or consult about marketing, or something. The freshmen met in Otero and immediately hit it off after discovering their shared interest in startups, social media, marketing, design, business, consulting, platform integration, big data, venture capital, development, educational […]

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