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Brilliant Student Checks Smartphone To Defuse Awkward Situation

May 28, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on Brilliant Student Checks Smartphone To Defuse Awkward Situation
Brilliant Student Checks Smartphone To Defuse Awkward Situation

Reports have been flooding in that after a two- to three-second long lull in conversation with people she didn’t know very well, sophomore Anita Patel whipped her smartphone out of her pocket and scrutinized it with exaggerated care, immediately reassuring all parries present that the situation was not really awkward […]

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Sophomores Have “Good Break”

January 5, 2011 9:10 amComments Off on Sophomores Have “Good Break”
Sophomores Have “Good Break”

CROTHERS MEMORIAL—Yesterday evening, sophomore Garrett Briley returned to Stanford from his winter break, in which he reportedly skied the Swiss Alps, met Vladimir Putin, and purchased a new iPhone. When asked by roommate Geoffrey Helterson how his break was, Briley replied, “Break was good. How about you?” Helterson, who had […]

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Conversation Lasts Longer Than Expected

January 1, 2010 1:49 am0 comments
Conversation Lasts Longer Than Expected

Stanford student Mitchell Green through he’d just stop and say “hi” to his dorm-mate from last year. As Kelly Peterson made  her way to the Mudd Chemistry building for section, Mitchell smiled and politely asked how her day was going. After a minute of pleasantries, Mitchell reminded Kelly about that […]

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