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Ike’s Replacement Last Step in Stanford Owning Your Soul

May 19, 2014 12:01 pmComments Off on Ike’s Replacement Last Step in Stanford Owning Your Soul
Ike’s Replacement Last Step in Stanford Owning Your Soul

“It’s true,” said a representative of the University, “Your last shred of free will has just evaporated.” When asked why the institution was being so open with its diabolical plans now, the representative simply replied, “It doesn’t matter any more, does it? It’s too late now.” Even a couple of weeks […]

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Between Being Hungry and Being Full, Student Has No Time for the Gym

February 6, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Between Being Hungry and Being Full, Student Has No Time for the Gym
Between Being Hungry and Being Full, Student Has No Time for the Gym

  Gerald Smith wants to have a healthy lifestyle. His body, however, has other plans. The omnipotence of Smith’s feeding cycle is his greatest obstacle. As regular and unpreventable as the tides produced by the tug of the moon, it guides every waking moment. Given his dining hall limits its […]

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Arrillaga Dining to Introduce Trough-Style Feeding

February 25, 2013 12:02 pmComments Off on Arrillaga Dining to Introduce Trough-Style Feeding
Arrillaga Dining to Introduce Trough-Style Feeding

Stanford Residential and Dining Enterprises announced today that they will be replacing the tables and chairs in Wilbur with baryard-style benches and troughs. Come “feeding time”–as head chef Rob Patertino now calls Lunch and Dinner–food will be heaved into the troughs by one of the kitchen’s hired hands and students […]

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Hormel Introduces New Meat-Based Vegetable Substitute

February 27, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on Hormel Introduces New Meat-Based Vegetable Substitute
Hormel Introduces New Meat-Based Vegetable Substitute

Hormel, the corporation behind Spam and other processed meat delicacies, has announced plans to move forward with a new line of meat-based textured vegetable food products. The new products are targeted at a growing segment of consumers who like the idea of eating vegetables but can’t or won’t find a […]

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Freshmen Not Sick of the Dining Hall Yet

October 8, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on Freshmen Not Sick of the Dining Hall Yet
Freshmen Not Sick of the Dining Hall Yet

Stunning survey results have recently shown that new Stanford freshmen are not yet sick of the dining hall food. Even more amazingly, a record low 2% of freshmen are anticipating being sick of the food in the next two weeks. “I think it’s been great so far,” exclaimed a wide-eyed […]

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New Vietnamese Restaurant Coming to Campus: Pho Queue

May 25, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on New Vietnamese Restaurant Coming to Campus: Pho Queue
New Vietnamese Restaurant Coming to Campus: Pho Queue

Vietnamese chain restaurant Pho Queue is coming to Stanford. Famous for its long lines and delicious cuisine, it’s sure to get students excited and really arouse everyone’s taste buds. “I can’t wait to get Pho Queue!” said freshman, Billy Jackson. “I hear their food is really hot and steamy.” Restaurant […]

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Experience the Aura of Majestic Wilbur Dining

September 26, 2010 2:40 pmComments Off on Experience the Aura of Majestic Wilbur Dining
Experience the Aura of Majestic Wilbur Dining

Stanford’s largest residential dining complex, Wilbur Dining serves residents of Arroyo, Cedro, Junipero, Okada, Otero, Rinconada, Soto and Trancos. Its spacious servery also plays host on weekends to students from nearby Branner and Manzanita Park. In the dining rooms, wooden chairs make up the seating around round, wooden tables. The […]

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Seven Year Old Actually Becomes Chocolate Ice Cream

February 10, 2010 1:35 am0 comments
Seven Year Old Actually Becomes Chocolate Ice Cream

Despite warnings from his grandmother, seven year old Ricky Goldberg continued to eat chocolate ice cream until he actually became a pile of chocolate ice cream. “I always told him, ‘You know Ricky, if you eat too much of that ice cream, you’ll just turn into ice cream,’” said his […]

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Stern Goes Plateless

September 27, 2009 11:20 pm0 comments
Stern Goes Plateless

The Stanford community works hard to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Stanford Dining is proud to announce its new initiative to go not only trayless, but plateless, and utensil-less as well. This should reduce the amount of waste a substantial amount. View our slideshow of how Stanford students are […]

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Housed Sororities Move to Tressider

March 1, 2009 10:46 pm0 comments
Housed Sororities Move to Tressider
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