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PHEs Awarded $9,000 in Monopoly Money© to Compensate for Pay Inequity

November 12, 2018 11:46 amComments Off on PHEs Awarded $9,000 in Monopoly Money© to Compensate for Pay Inequity
PHEs Awarded $9,000 in Monopoly Money© to Compensate for Pay Inequity

Amidst calls from around campus to equalize payment of campus Peer Health Educators (PHE) relative to their Resident Assistant (RA) competitors, Stanford Administration has finally responded with a solution satisfactory to all parties involved: PHEs will be compensated for the approximately $9,000 difference in pay—$3,075 per year compared to RAs’ […]

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Guy Putting Money Where His Mouth Is Chokes To Death On Money

January 30, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Guy Putting Money Where His Mouth Is Chokes To Death On Money
Guy Putting Money Where His Mouth Is Chokes To Death On Money
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Band Offers Administration $60,000 to Drop Accusations

December 12, 2016 12:49 pmComments Off on Band Offers Administration $60,000 to Drop Accusations
Band Offers Administration $60,000 to Drop Accusations

Facing accusations of “various club members getting pitchers at Treehouse”, Stanford’s Band announced Monday that it was ready to offer the university’s administration $60,000 to resolve the issue quietly with an extrajudicial settlement. “We’re just trying to speak their language” commented Band member “Toaster Strudel”, a kitchen sink slung around his neck and a […]

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Board Members Estimate Grandchildren Will Be Rich Enough to Avoid Whatever Global Warming Throws at Them Anyway

May 2, 2016 12:01 pmComments Off on Board Members Estimate Grandchildren Will Be Rich Enough to Avoid Whatever Global Warming Throws at Them Anyway
Board Members Estimate Grandchildren Will Be Rich Enough to Avoid Whatever Global Warming Throws at Them Anyway

The Board of Trustees announced this week that, despite countless student protests, petitions, and calls by faculty to divest Stanford of fossil fuels, they will ultimately not modify the university’s existing investment portfolio. But while many were confused by the decision to support an industry that has proven to be […]

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Stanford Grants Commencement Speaker Honorary Six-Figure Debt

June 1, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Stanford Grants Commencement Speaker Honorary Six-Figure Debt
Stanford Grants Commencement Speaker Honorary Six-Figure Debt

Palo Alto, CA – In a ceremony at Stanford University’s 2015 commencement, guest speaker Richard Engel, NBC News’ chief foreign correspondent, was awarded an honorary student loan debt in excess of $100,000.  “On behalf of the board of trustees, it is my honor to bestow upon you this debt of […]

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Tooth Scandal Rocks Make-Believe World

February 11, 2011 9:00 amComments Off on Tooth Scandal Rocks Make-Believe World
Tooth Scandal Rocks Make-Believe World

PALO ALTO – You know the story. At six a child looses their first tooth. Their parent tells them that it’s a perfectly normal part of life, and if they leave it under their pillow the tooth fairy will exchange it for money. Excited, the child does just that. But […]

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Report: Money May Not Grow On Trees, But It Does Grow On Hedges

September 26, 2010 2:37 pmComments Off on Report: Money May Not Grow On Trees, But It Does Grow On Hedges
Report: Money May Not Grow On Trees, But It Does Grow On Hedges
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Up and Coming Rapper Lil Cash Raps About How Much Money He Has

October 4, 2009 4:22 pm0 comments
Up and Coming Rapper Lil Cash Raps About How Much Money He Has

The Flipside was recently given the opportunity to briefly interview this rising hip hop artist. Lil Cash, without any prompt from us, stated that “I’m so paid” and that all the “haters” out there calling his name ironic are “just hatin”. We pressed the issue further, reminding the rapper that […]

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Weak Economy, No-Shave-November, Sends Gillette Into Bankruptcy

December 11, 2008 9:48 pm0 comments
Weak Economy, No-Shave-November, Sends Gillette Into Bankruptcy
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Study Finds Research Results Skewed By Students Looking For Beer Money

October 12, 2008 2:15 am0 comments
Study Finds Research Results Skewed By Students Looking For Beer Money

By Gregory Linsch STANFORD—The Stanford Psychology department just released the results to a revolutionary study that they had been conducting over the past forty years: 93.2% of the results they have obtained from surveys and studies conducted on college campuses have come from students looking for beer money. Some are […]

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