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Haas Center Distributes Blatantly False “Stanford Votes” Stickers

October 15, 2018 7:00 pmComments Off on Haas Center Distributes Blatantly False “Stanford Votes” Stickers
Haas Center Distributes Blatantly False “Stanford Votes” Stickers

Stickers distributed across campus by the Haas Center for Public Service, boldly featuring the phrase “Stanford Votes,” have prompted widespread confusion about how the ad campaign got approved despite being provably false. “Stanford Votes?,” remarked a visibly confused Akul Bhargava, president of Stanford in Government, upon first seeing the stickers. […]

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Sophomore “Too Successful” After Switching Major to CS Halfway Through Career Fair

October 9, 2017 5:00 pmComments Off on Sophomore “Too Successful” After Switching Major to CS Halfway Through Career Fair
Young smiling man holding his resume applying for a job

As application season for summer jobs swings into full gear, one enterprising student has found trouble in an unexpected place: after changing his major to CS halfway through a career fair, sophomore Noah Evans was overwhelmed by “so, so many” job offers. “I was actually a Classics major up through the […]

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Russia, Iran, To Consider Arming Moderate Rebels In U.S.A

November 14, 2016 5:00 pmComments Off on Russia, Iran, To Consider Arming Moderate Rebels In U.S.A
Russia, Iran, To Consider Arming Moderate Rebels In U.S.A

After multiple consecutive nights of enormous protests in North America, the world’s foremost leaders met in Tehran to consider initiatives to arm moderate rebels in the United States of America as the country faces unprecedented instability following an election. Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, floated the idea of sending military aid […]

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