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Vaden Offering Free Lobotomies as Stanford Enters Flu Season

October 22, 2018 7:00 pmComments Off on Vaden Offering Free Lobotomies as Stanford Enters Flu Season
Vaden Offering Free Lobotomies as Stanford Enters Flu Season

It’s about that time of year again: flu season! The time when students, while shotgunning NyQuil like it’s Natty Light, desperately curse their past selves for having taken 15 shots every weekend and played beer pong with cups that all of Stern Hall drank from. And while the common cold […]

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The Flu Makes Hoover Tower Flaccid: A Flipside True Crime Exposé

October 21, 2018 7:00 pmComments Off on The Flu Makes Hoover Tower Flaccid: A Flipside True Crime Exposé
The Flu Makes Hoover Tower Flaccid: A Flipside True Crime Exposé

While Stanford students have been trying their best to avoid sickness this week, Hoover Tower hasn’t been so lucky. Last Tuesday, it lilted to a half-limp; like a squeezed-out bottle of toothpaste, our proud, phallic monument fell. And that’s exactly what made Maurice Pillup, freshman, so furious. Pillup — the […]

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Stanford Announces New Book Club: Cardinal Reads  

February 6, 2015 9:00 amComments Off on Stanford Announces New Book Club: Cardinal Reads  
Stanford Announces New Book Club: Cardinal Reads   

Winter Quarter at Stanford is a hectic time, during which many students experience anxiety and isolation. But fear not! Stanford’s newest book club, Cardinal Reads, is here to help you lose those winter blues and reconnect with your peers. Come on in, grab a cronut, and join us in discussion […]

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ALERT: Cooties Outbreak on Campus, Cootie Shot Not Always Effective

April 16, 2010 3:13 am0 comments
ALERT: Cooties Outbreak on Campus, Cootie Shot Not Always Effective

A few months ago, researchers at Stanford Medical School’s Center for Clinical Immunology made a shocking announcement: the cootie shot does not, as previously believed, confer lifelong immunity to the devastating cooties disease. The first indication of a problem came earlier this month when Stanford junior Rebecca Neal fell ill […]

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