“Yo, are you free for some dome tonight?” I read the text and laughed, as if it were a joke. Hell, I thought it was! But no, he was absolutely serious. I knew that I was one of the more sexually experienced freshmen in 2009, but I had no idea that I would receive a text blatantly asking for oral sex. I know we often say chivalry is dead, but this takes it to a whole new level. I, in fact, was not “free for some dome” that night, or any night, sir.
Intermission understands how busy Wednesday nights are at Stanford, and
we get that even the most civic-minded students may have missed some or all of last
Wednesday’s presidential debate.
People at Stanford have sex. We don’t just think it –we know it, we feel it, sometimes we even do it. We talk about sex, in awkward frosh-dorm group settings and casual weekend recaps. We’d like to read about it too, and we want you to write about it.
Throughout five studio albums, Muse has wooed fans with sheer musical talent and an uncanny ability for reinvention. For the risks they’ve taken — from the infectious dance hit “Supermassive Black Hole” to the sprawling symphony “Exogenesis” — they’ve been rewarded with much-deserved success. Unfortunately, “The 2nd Law,” Muse’s highly anticipated latest release, falls flat.
You want to start this quarter off right: get in with all the professors you’ve got ICs (intellectual crushes) on, make some new pals, memorize the library hours so you know when to switch from Green to sketchy Meyer overnights. We love being good students, too, so follow these five steps to at least give the illusion of being the best.
Back to school means back to the tube with a host of new TV shows vying for audience ratings and the chance to last a full season and, fingers crossed, a second season renewal.
The style of dance is distinctive. The beat is unbeatable. The addictiveness is abnormal. That’s right, I’m talking about the most addictive music video that came out this summer: “Gangnam Style” by PSY.
The countdown ‘til summer is at under two weeks, and what is more summery than going to the movies? Movie theater air conditioning provides a respite from the heat, and producers are counting on your retreat into the dark cool, so they’re saving their best for this sunniest of seasons. Here are five of the movies we’ll be watching this summer.