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Flipside Remembers: The 2004 Midterm Election

November 3, 2014 12:01 pmComments Off on Flipside Remembers: The 2004 Midterm Election
Flipside Remembers: The 2004 Midterm Election

As uneducated voters all over the country turn out tomorrow to cast their ballots in the midterm elections, the Flipside would like to celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of the most important election of them all: the 2004 Midterm Election.  Now, ten years in the future, we can finally view with objective eyes the sweeping impact of this momentous civic event. […]

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For Some Reason, Upperclassmen Still Stunned That It’s Already Midterm Season

April 28, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on For Some Reason, Upperclassmen Still Stunned That It’s Already Midterm Season
For Some Reason, Upperclassmen Still Stunned That It’s Already Midterm Season

Despite nearly a dozen quarters of academic experience at Stanford University, upperclassmen gathered in Manzanita Dining were somehow still in shock regarding their impending midterm exams this coming week. “Oh God, how do we have a midterm already?  The quarter just started,” came one student’s inconceivable complaint. “I know, right?  […]

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Leaked CS midterm answers: 1100001110010101101011010100

March 3, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on Leaked CS midterm answers: 1100001110010101101011010100
Leaked CS midterm answers: 1100001110010101101011010100
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Student’s Poor Midterm Grade Actually Causes Apocalypse

May 14, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on Student’s Poor Midterm Grade Actually Causes Apocalypse
Student’s Poor Midterm Grade Actually Causes Apocalypse

Despite assurances from friends and family that her subpar performance on the Math 51 midterm “wouldn’t be the end of the world,” sophomore Shannon Hayes opened Coursework to check her grade last Friday and, in doing so, set off a storm of demons and hellfire raining down from the heavens. […]

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University Physicists Strategically Plan First Full Moon To Be Day Before Midterm

October 19, 2008 1:01 pm0 comments
University Physicists Strategically Plan First Full Moon To Be Day Before Midterm

VARIAN BUILDING–After hours upon hours of equations and tinkering with nature, the Stanford University physicists emerged from the depths of the Varian basement with a solution to one of the most pressing university problems: How to calm down the insane annual event that has come to be known as Full […]

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