Like all freshmen everywhere, the Class of 2017 and I came in believing we had all the answers, but soon found out that we knew next to nothing about college. A month and a half later, I think most of us still have questions about Stanford.
The project, which served as the culmination of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics’ three-course sequence on aircraft design and analysis, called on students to work in teams throughout spring quarter to design unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that pursued a specific mission set.
Weekend storms have begun what may be a wet year for Lake Lagunita, according to Associate Director of Water Services and Civil Infrastructure Tom Zigterman.
Tired of going to the gym? Looking for a way to rub a little dirt on those spanking white sneaks? The next time you’re hoping to sweat off last night’s impressive helping of Death by Chocolate, take the monotony out of your usual routine and try out one of Stanford students’ favorite off- and on-campus running spots.
Following the effects of El Niño on Northern California, students at Stanford have felt the effects of increased precipitation, high levels of wind, a power outage on Tuesday morning and thunderstorms with lightning strikes in close proximity to campus. Several dorms on campus have experienced flooding, and campus maintenance crews have been working to drain water and keep areas dry.