In Part I of this column, we delved into the cosmetic errors in the Yang-Yamazaki Environment and Engineering Building (Y2E2) and maybe even learned a… Continue Reading »
This column is the first part of a two-part series. The next segment will run next week. “Inside any building you’ll find war stories,” Stanford… Continue Reading »
Admit Weekend is here, and amid suitcases, wrinkled maps and ProFros asking where the restroom is when they’re, in fact, standing right in front of it, you may find yourself if anyone remembers that classes are still happening. The 5.7 percent is here, and as you take time to convince them to come to Stanford, take them to these classic campus spots to show them the best of the Farm.
The Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Center, which has housed Stanford’s engineering program since the 1970s, is currently being demolished. The space is scheduled to become a neighborhood park in time for autumn quarter 2012.