In spite of impressive and flashy initiatives, Stanford has failed to address numerous issues within the Arts Practice Department, the most prominent of which is the massive over-enrollment of art classes stemming from an insufficient number of full-time faculty
These days, everyone seems to be talking about the fate of the arts on campus, but Roxy has always been more concerned about the art of the male form. You might say Roxy’s an equal-opportunity kind of gal – her taste runs the gamut from frat star to band geek – but recently she’s been finding herself particularly inspired by a more sensitive type of man. You know what they say about artists being good with their hands…
The Stanford Arts Institute will pilot a new interdisciplinary honors program in the arts during the 2013-14 academic year, an initiative intended to appeal to arts and non-arts majors alike.
The two programs will enroll approximately 45 students each. Around 88 students ranked ITALIC as one of their top two housing choices, while 98 students ranked SIMILE first.
The Stanford Board of Trustees briefed The Daily on their latest meeting.
Sponsored by the Crothers Global Citizenship theme dorm and accompanied by Resident Fellows Stephen Stedman and Corinne Thomas, twenty students traveled to Berkeley this past Sunday to see “Chinglish,” a comedy about cultural clash and the linguistic challenges encountered in Chinese and American relations.