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Acquaintance’s Enthusiastic “Hello” Sparks Confusion for Student Biker

November 27, 2018 7:00 pmComments Off on Acquaintance’s Enthusiastic “Hello” Sparks Confusion for Student Biker
Acquaintance’s Enthusiastic “Hello” Sparks Confusion for Student Biker

In a perplexing turn of events Friday before break, sophomore Billy Redrick’s enthusiastic “hello” caused unwarranted levels of emotional distress for another student’s normally relaxing ride around campus as she was forced to consider what level of friendship would require her to stop her bike. “When he shouted “hello” and […]

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Biker Holding Phone and Coffee Longs for Sweet Release of Death

February 5, 2018 12:00 pmComments Off on Biker Holding Phone and Coffee Longs for Sweet Release of Death
Happy young woman cycling through the park

Flipside reporters confirmed early Monday morning that junior Sarah Lee — seen biking helmetless and at full tilt down Santa Teresa Street towards her biochemistry class, a cup of Starbucks coffee in one hand and a phone held to her ear with the other — harbors a genuine and wholehearted […]

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Coffee-Holding Biker in for a Fucking Lesson

October 10, 2016 12:01 pmComments Off on Coffee-Holding Biker in for a Fucking Lesson
Coffee-Holding Biker in for a Fucking Lesson

Veering around the main quad without a minute to spare before class, a latte-wielding cyclist is reportedly about to learn him some shit about gravity, centrifugal force, and how hard it is to get stains out of a white T-shirt. Sources close to the blind turn near the Geology Corner […]

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Careening “Bike Ride of Terror” Caused by Spider on Handlebars

April 16, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Careening “Bike Ride of Terror” Caused by Spider on Handlebars
Careening “Bike Ride of Terror” Caused by Spider on Handlebars

Many will remember the now infamous “Bike Ride of Terror” that left so much carnage strewn across campus last Wednesday. The hapless bike rider flew around at breakneck speeds, injuring dozens. Thirty-six independent bike collisions occurred before the rider flipped into a dry fountain. A tour group was also sideswiped. […]

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Op-Ed: That is Definitely Not Where I Left My Bike

January 9, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Op-Ed: That is Definitely Not Where I Left My Bike
Op-Ed: That is Definitely Not Where I Left My Bike

Shit, where’s my bike? Dammit. Maybe if I spin around a few times looking concerned it’ll catch my eye. Ugh, I always do this. Where is that thing? And why did everyone else have to get a gray bike too? God, this happens every single time I walk out of […]

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Walking Bike Down the Middle of Busy Street Somehow Mistaken for Good Idea

April 20, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on Walking Bike Down the Middle of Busy Street Somehow Mistaken for Good Idea
Walking Bike Down the Middle of Busy Street Somehow Mistaken for Good Idea

Last Friday, Michael Thomas ’14 and Jenny Alparez ‘13 were seen walking their bikes down the middle of Serra Street between classes. Eyewitness reports indicate there was a significant traffic built up behind the students including a long line of bicyclists and a couple golf carts. Thomas and Alparez later […]

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Student Thinks Bike Was Stolen, But Remembers She Parked It Elsewhere

April 16, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on Student Thinks Bike Was Stolen, But Remembers She Parked It Elsewhere
Student Thinks Bike Was Stolen, But Remembers She Parked It Elsewhere

Mia Lee, ’14, walked out her of her IHUM class still drowsy and had a moment of pure terror. “I looked at the bike rack outside my class, and I didn’t see my bike. For like, 10 full seconds, I literally thought it was stolen.” Ms. Lee started “flipping a […]

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Bike Parking Citation Causes Student to Reevaluate Life

March 28, 2010 8:05 pm0 comments
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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Overly Cautious Freshman Loses Key To Thirteenth U-Lock

November 8, 2009 1:22 pm0 comments
Overly Cautious Freshman Loses Key To Thirteenth U-Lock

Sandra Perez, 18, of Rinconada was indicted yesterday on charges of leaving her bicycle unattended in the same space for twenty-eight days. Perez  had left one too many u-locks on her bicycle, and misplaced the key to one of the locks, rendering the bike immobile. “I don’t know what happened. […]

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Really Bad Biker Gets CUI

October 8, 2008 5:55 pm0 comments
Really Bad Biker Gets CUI

By Larry Seidman STANFORD, CA—Stanford sophomore undergraduate Alex Tempkin was arrested last week and brought to the San Jose prison on accounts of Cycling Under the Influence. Tempkin was alleged to have been riding his neon green Jamis bicycle at three in the morning back to his dorm when he […]

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