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Stanford To Implement Green Light Security Policy

June 7, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Stanford To Implement Green Light Security Policy
Stanford To Implement Green Light Security Policy

For the longest time, Stanford campus has used a “blue light” security system, allowing those who feel endangered to summon a police car with the touch of a button. Now, inspired by the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Stanford University Department of Public Safety has announced that they will […]

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Student Joins Coop, Starts Acting All Bohemian And Shit

February 11, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on Student Joins Coop, Starts Acting All Bohemian And Shit
Student Joins Coop, Starts Acting All Bohemian And Shit

Initial reports indicate that junior Julian Latchey, who just came back from a quarter abroad and moved into a coop, has, to the shock and dismay of his friends, already changed his entire persona and become “really coop-y.” Latchey, who spent his first two years living in FroSoCo and Crothers […]

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US Military Unveils Environmentally Friendly Nukes

November 5, 2010 12:00 pmComments Off on US Military Unveils Environmentally Friendly Nukes
US Military Unveils Environmentally Friendly Nukes

Earlier this week, Defense Department officials showcased a new “green” line of nuclear missiles. “Contrary to popular belief, nuclear missiles are actually pretty destructive,” said Defense Secretary Robert Gates. “Especially when it comes to greenhouse emissions.” According to the Defense Department’s website, the new nuclear missiles will no longer use […]

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Lunar Energy Advocates Feel Left In the Dark

October 10, 2010 2:45 pmComments Off on Lunar Energy Advocates Feel Left In the Dark
Lunar Energy Advocates Feel Left In the Dark

Holding signs with slogans such as “Carpe Noctem” (Seize the Night) and “The Moon: Also Pretty Fucking Cool”, advocates for Lunar Energy packed White Plaza on Friday to protest the recent approved tax breaks for solar energy. “You know, it just pisses me off,” noted Frank Schnappel, the leader of […]

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Students For a Sustainable Stanford Search For a Way To Recycle Wasted Time

February 22, 2009 9:22 pm0 comments
Students For a Sustainable Stanford Search For a Way To Recycle Wasted Time
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The Flipside Juice: Join The Flipside Green Initiative

February 2, 2009 7:52 pm0 comments
The Flipside Juice: Join The Flipside Green Initiative
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Stanford Library Cavity Search Yields Valuable Microfilm

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Stanford Library Cavity Search Yields Valuable Microfilm

Stanford, CA – At most libraries Michael Blum (’10) would have walked away with a microfilm reel of Better Homes and Gardens from 1955. But not at Stanford. The library’s draconian checkout search policy finally paid off Friday when, after a comprehensive cavity search, a library employee found the microfilm […]

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Santa Stops Giving Coal, “Goes Green”

January 20, 2009 11:53 pm0 comments
Santa Stops Giving Coal, “Goes Green”

Naughty children all over the world woke this past Christmas morning only to realize their usual lumps of coal were not under the tree. Instead, they found miniature toy solar panels, compact fluorescent light bulbs, and hybrid remote control cars. Others woke to find their Christmas lights mysteriously unplugged, suspected […]

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