Career Center Finally Helps First Student Find Job

Answering the phone is one of Richardson’s many important responsibilities at his prestigious new job

In an unprecedented turn of events, the Washington University Career Center announced that it has finally helped a graduating senior land a job. The announcement came in the form of a 3:00 am Record email, in which Career Center Director Mark Smith was quoted saying, “We’re pleased to announce that ...

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Student Comes Out GOP

Jake Jacobs is one of many students to come out showing his GOP pride

In light of high unemployment, a tax system in disarray, and widespread financial instability, senior Jake Jacobs has come out of the closet to profess his allegiance to the GOP. “I’ve always felt a little different from my peers,” Jacobs admitted. “I remember when I was ten years old watching ...

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Top 10 Mistakes Freshmen Make

10. Farting in the library 9. Being caught masturbating by your roommate 8. Asking how strong the punch is at a party 7. Believing the guy who tells you it isn’t that strong 6. Asking why the frat house soda is sticky 5. Taking ALL the free condoms from your hallway cause you’re “totally gunna ...

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Class of 2016 Brings Record Number of Stanford Rejects

Stanford Rejects

Incoming freshman Michael Rosenblatt may not be attending Stanford University this fall, but that does not mean his grandparents aren’t still “very proud of him.” Rosenblatt is not alone, as a record 55% of this year’s incoming freshmen class was rejected by the California university. While rejection is always a ...

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Point/CounterPoint: Internship

Point: My Internship Last Summer Was a Major Step in My Professional Development by Grant Kaufman, Senior, tool My corporate internship last summer was definitely a major step in my professional development. From day one I was involved in multiple high value projects—it’s clear that everyone at the company really valued ...

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