Flipside President Conor Doherty ’13 said that the motivation behind the “Citation Needed” app was to “prove to your friends things that you made up that aren’t true.”
The 50 undergraduate and five joint VSOs seeking special fees on April 11 and 12 have all put forward budgets exceeding the $6,000 limit granted by the general fees process.
According to the staff of the Flipside, Stanford’s weekly satirical newspaper, the most powerful person on campus isn’t President John Hennessy or ASSU Executive Robbie Zimbroff ’12 M.A. ’13. Instead, true power rests in the pen of the “puzzle master,” the Flipside staffer who creates the Rebus puzzles and jumbles that students solve every Monday at lunch in the dining halls.
Jeremy Keeshin ’12 and Zach Galant ’12 founded the Stanford Flipside as freshmen in 2008.
The 13th Undergraduate Senate convened for its first meeting of the 2011-12 academic year Tuesday, confirming Adam Adler ’12 as its new Elections Commissioner and discussing several upcoming bills.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate passed three bills Tuesday and discussed special fees.