Coming in as a freshman, Andrew Vogeley had lots of questions, both about Stanford and college life in general. Some of them were answered over the course of the fall; others were not. Here are the top 10 things I learned in my first 10 weeks on the Farm.
With the warmth of freshly baked cookies and the chill of a generous scoop of ice cream regularly drawing lengthy lines, Cream, a newly opened ice cream shop on University Avenue, has proven to be a popular summer treat.
While Cream offers bars, brownies, cookies and ice cream, the shop’s bestseller is their build-your-own ice cream sandwich, priced at $2.50. Customers can choose from ten different varieties of freshly baked cookies and twenty different flavors of ice cream, including two flavors of soy ice cream, at any time from lunchtime to midnight.
And I think of rock and roll as such an American sound! I mean, we invented it, in the sense that our political system treated a certain race of people badly enough they had to sing the blues, which, when combined with enough sex, drugs and electricity, turned into rock and roll…