While the seasons change and the clouds turn heavy with rain, the Stanford House in Oxford remains alive and kicking. Accommodating its nearly entirely new breed of 46 Stanford students (some leftover from last quarter), the house offers a maze of staircases and double doors to confuse residents of their own rooms’ whereabouts…
Since nobody here really cares about basketball, perhaps the most significant moments of the quarter come from the arrival and departure of your closest friends/distant acquaintances to and from the Bing Overseas Studies Program (now on six continents!) and all their exciting stories about what they have done/are going to do…
With the university’s study-abroad programs on the financial mend post recession, officials look to the possibility of new centers, seminars and requirements that will define the program’s future.
Bing Overseas Study Program officials intend to keep the language requirements for other programs, despite the increase in student interest when BOSP waived this prerequisite for Beijing.
Students studying in Paris with the Bing Overseas Studies Program this fall are getting an authentic taste of more than escargot and crème brûlée as they live and work in the midst of strikes that have been disrupting the country since Oct. 12.
The U.S. Department of State issued a travel alert on Oct. 3 notifying American travelers of potential terrorist attacks in Europe, where six of the Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) centers are located.
Dear Editor, In “Framing Florence” (Oct. 6), there is a small factual mistake. The author says that “Stanford has had an abroad program in Florence for… Continue Reading »