My wife pointed out the adjacent advertisement running in yesterday's Stanford Daily.
This must be a joke; a late-running April Fool's spoof.
After all, if you are running a serious full-page ad headlining your desire for a "Genius Egg Donor," wouldn't you use spell check?
We are a couple seeking a high-achiever egg donor to help build our family. You should have high standardized test scores, and preferably have some outstanding acheivements [sic] and awards.
Or maybe this is part of the screen. Any "21 year old Stanford student with A grade point average, near-perfect SAT score, several awards in high school and University" is bound to notice the misspelling and point it out in her application, right?
But diversity-worshiping Stanford would never condone eugenics by running an ad like this, so this must be a joke.
On the other hand, perhaps campus conservatives are setting up a Breitbart-worthy sting. In this case, the next installment will feature Kathleen Sebelius ordering all "ideal" egg donors to step forward and apply. Practically all women will enter the market for reproduction at some point, so, according to the Obama administration, the Federal Government is free to regulate this sort of thing under the Commerce Clause.
Any other possible explanations?