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Average Stanford Student Adversity Score Somehow in the Negatives

May 31, 2019 12:00 pmComments Off on Average Stanford Student Adversity Score Somehow in the Negatives
Average Stanford Student Adversity Score Somehow in the Negatives

Researchers were shocked to discover that the average Stanford student scores a -3.4 on the SAT’s recently-introduced adversity scale. “It’s just bonkers,” said one College Board representative. “We didn’t even know that there could be scores below zero.” Formally known as the Environmental Context Dashboard, the new adversity score system […]

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Airline Offers Free Privilege-Checks for First-Class Passengers

May 8, 2015 9:00 amComments Off on Airline Offers Free Privilege-Checks for First-Class Passengers
Airline Offers Free Privilege-Checks for First-Class Passengers

Seattle, WA – Alaska Airlines continues to lead the way in the airline industry, having introduced a progressive new campaign aiming to ease the burden of their first-class flyers by allowing them to check their privilege for free. In yesterday’s public statement, the airline announced, “Here at Alaska Airlines, we […]

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Oscars Committee: “‘Selma’ Didn’t Make Us Feel Guilty Enough to Nominate David Oyelowo”

January 27, 2015 8:00 amComments Off on Oscars Committee: “‘Selma’ Didn’t Make Us Feel Guilty Enough to Nominate David Oyelowo”
Oscars Committee: “‘Selma’ Didn’t Make Us Feel Guilty Enough to Nominate David Oyelowo”

Each year, the members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences celebrate a variety of achievements in film. These include accomplishments such as acting, sound mixing and even the competitive category of being either Daniel Day-Lewis or Meryl Streep. However, the award show- watching community raised an uproar […]

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Reports Confirm: It Really Was Student’s Worst Day Ever

April 29, 2013 12:01 pmComments Off on Reports Confirm: It Really Was Student’s Worst Day Ever
Reports Confirm: It Really Was Student’s Worst Day Ever

When Otero resident Ashbel Spalding declared on Thursday that it had been “the worst day of [his] life,” his friends and classmates were skeptical, to say the least. “It really was a pretty bad day,” explained his roommate Stephen Marvy. Spalding’s day included a burst bike tire, a worse-than-expected grade […]

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