Max Friedman '11
Submitted by: Professor Mark Applebaum, Music I suspect that students discuss the merits of their professors. They might identify which ones give effective lessons in independent study. What often escapes their consideration is the fact that some students are good at taking effective lessons. That is, some students know how to prepare for a meeting; how to productively use their lesson time;...
summer in the winter
Submitted by: Megan W. Lu (extra-ordinary-moments.blogspot.com)
Julia Landauer '14
Submitted by: Miranda Mammen ‘14 Julia Landauer is a sophomore who is considering majoring in Communication or Science, Technology & Society. We both lived in West FloMo and we’re both from New York City; we both love cheese and we’re both newly infatuated with West Coast weather. But Julia drives racecars and I don’t even have my license yet. Yep, she’s a...
Stanford rolls, gives Tara VanDerveer 700th win at... →
And on Senior Day, too!
Kaela Farrise '14
Submitted by: Tori Lewis ‘14 So, in my life, there are only 24 hours in a day. I thought that this was one of those rules that everyone follows…until I met Kaela Farrise ‘14. She’s a rebel, who fits a week’s worth of work into a day and still manages to nap at 2 in the afternoon. I met Kaela my freshman year when I lived in Ujamaa. We pretty quickly became friends…...
Kate McGrath '10 & Jamie Tam '10
Submitted by: Alfredo Martinez Jr. ‘12 This is a story of smiles and laughter. Honest ones. Lots of them. It was 3:45AM on May 16, 2010 at the Stanford Track. The event was Relay For Life, a Stanford event dedicated to raising money for the fight against cancer. The event challenged participants to stay up for 24 hours because cancer doesn’t sleep and, for one night, neither would...