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As new Stanford freshmen, so many of us are accustomed to being the “go-to” students for homework help, the ones who started clubs and led events, the “big fish” in our high school ponds. Many of us have had a position of authority or an authoritative sense of knowledge in some field, whether a language, a sport, a social issue or the happenings of our schools. We have learned the in’s and out’s of the institutions and cultures in which we were raised. In our hometowns, we can answer questions, give directions, and impart wisdom to our younger siblings and friends.
To call it a sophomore slump seems flippant. “Sophomore slump” sounds worn out, like a catch phrase with some cheap alliteration. Personally, those two words don’t quite capture how this year feels.
August 23, 2014
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August 8, 2014
It’s that time of the year again.
Set in the fog-laced ambience of Golden Gate Park, the 2014 Outside Lands kicks off today in dramatic fashion, headlined by self-proclaimed narcissist Kanye... Read More »
Marisa Landicho, Charlie Dunn, Ryan Mac and Ellen Huet
October 21, 2011
Treasure Island Music Festival came to an iPhone-friendly close last weekend with a jaw-dropping sunset on Sunday evening. A testament to the young festival’s flexibility, San Francisco’s... Read More »
October 14, 2011
With the lights of its iconic Ferris wheel splashing across the Bay, Treasure Island will reclaim the entertainment spotlight this weekend. For two days, the artificial isle off San Francisco proper... Read More »
May 27, 2011
Death Cab For Cutie's seventh album, "Codes and Keys," is a thoughtful presentation whose layers grow richer and more complex from beginning to end. Its lessons of optimism in life and love also mark... Read More »
Annika Heinle, Charlie Dunn, Devin Banerjee, Ellen Huet, Ryan Mac and Will Dooley
December 2, 2009
In terms of musical creation, we've never seen a more schizophrenic decade. Read More »