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Guns Don’t Kill People, Causality is a Lie

September 28, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Guns Don’t Kill People, Causality is a Lie
Guns Don’t Kill People, Causality is a Lie
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“Maybe I Shouldn’t Do This,” Philosophizes Freshman About to Drink a Goldfish

April 6, 2015 12:01 pmComments Off on “Maybe I Shouldn’t Do This,” Philosophizes Freshman About to Drink a Goldfish
“Maybe I Shouldn’t Do This,” Philosophizes Freshman About to Drink a Goldfish

In a brief, surprising moment of clarity, freshman Justin Brandt reportedly considered not consuming the goldfish and vodka filled shot glass presented to him at Alpha Gamma Zeta’s pledge party. Sources indicate that despite coaxing from frat members and fellow pledges, Brandt was concerned that tossing a raw, still wriggling, […]

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Student Adopts Stoicism to Cope with Philosophy Midterm

March 4, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Student Adopts Stoicism to Cope with Philosophy Midterm
Student Adopts Stoicism to Cope with Philosophy Midterm

Exams are a transformative experience for everyone, causing schedules, expected majors, and parent-child relationships to be forever altered. Sophomore Jim Hegelson had more changed than just his double major in Psychology and Philosophy (or as he affectionately called them, “the Psilent Ps”) as he walked out of his most recent […]

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Utilitarian Really Wants Last Piece of Cake

October 9, 2012 12:00 pmComments Off on Utilitarian Really Wants Last Piece of Cake
Utilitarian Really Wants Last Piece of Cake
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Philosophy Department Unveils “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays

October 1, 2012 12:01 pmComments Off on Philosophy Department Unveils “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays
Philosophy Department Unveils “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays

As part of the Office of Alcohol Policy & Education’s push for sober alternatives to high-risk drinking activities, the Philosophy department received funding to host “Thirsty for Knowledge” Thursdays, which they all but guarantee is going to be a campus-wide hit. “My friends have tried playing bingo, watching movies, and […]

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Stanford Cuts Mechanical Engineering: “It’s Just Not Working”

April 20, 2009 11:53 pm0 comments
Stanford Cuts Mechanical Engineering: “It’s Just Not Working”

STANFORD, CA–Due to the recent budget cuts, Stanford has been attempting to eliminate superfluous departments around campus. In a long expected move, the university announced Monday that the Mechanical Engineering department will be cut because ME no longer has any practical applications. “It made sense,” said ME professor Paul Mitiguy, […]

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Opinion: “The Chow Mein In the Dining Halls Puts Me In Just The Right Mood To Read Plato”

October 8, 2008 6:01 pm0 comments
Opinion: “The Chow Mein In the Dining Halls Puts Me In Just The Right Mood To Read Plato”

By Leonard Huffman I am the wisest man in the world because I know one thing, and that is that the chow mein in the dining hall puts me in just the right mood to read Plato. The chow mein has just the right balance between noodles and veggies that […]

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