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President Hennessy Announces New “Just F*ck it” Application Screening Process

October 11, 2013 9:01 amComments Off on President Hennessy Announces New “Just F*ck it” Application Screening Process
President Hennessy Announces New “Just F*ck it” Application Screening Process

As Stanford continues its recent trend of increasing applicant pools, the class of 2017 was selected from the most expansive batch yet. Over 38,000 students applied, most of whom ended up going to Cal anyway. “It’s just ridiculous,” said Sally Manne, application reader for the class of 2017, who is […]

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Stanford Hires Richard Shaw As New Football Coach

January 27, 2011 9:15 amComments Off on Stanford Hires Richard Shaw As New Football Coach
Stanford Hires Richard Shaw As New Football Coach

Stanford athletic director Bob Bowlsby welcomed Richard Shaw earlier today as the new head coach of the Stanford football team. Shaw has been the dean of admission at Stanford for a number of years, and he has been instrumental in admitting some of the top recruits in the nation. “Shaw […]

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Stanford Admissions Rate Drops Below Zero

March 28, 2010 8:07 pm0 comments
Stanford Admissions Rate Drops Below Zero

STANFORD, CA—Six days ahead of schedule, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions released the results for the class of 2014 applicant pool. With 32,022 applicants, Stanford admission rates have gotten more competitive than ever. Earlier today, Dean of Admissions Richard Shaw announced that the acceptance rate for the class of 2014 […]

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Stanford Implements Affirmative Action For Babes

April 28, 2009 4:39 pm0 comments
Stanford Implements Affirmative Action For Babes

Stanford University is hoping to make impressive headway on the diversity front with a new plan to reach out to its most neglected minority: babes. The initiative centers around an affirmative action program that will ease admission requirements for babes and entice them with generous financial aid packages. “This is […]

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