Sometimes it’s hard to see prejudice or lack of access to opportunity quite so clearly when it’s not really personal. I’m white, I’m male, I’m… Continue Reading »
At 1:15 p.m. Eastern time on Nov. 17, Unterreiner will leave the starting line at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park. He will cross the finish line about half an hour later. He was informed to be present and waiting for a potential Rhodes follow-up interview in Seattle by 3:30 p.m. Pacific time on Nov. 17. There are no direct flights from Louisville to Seattle.
The first round of applications to Stanford’s Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) Spring 2013 programs will close next Sunday, Oct. 14. BOSP currently has 11 locations – Australia, Beijing, Berlin, Cape Town, Florence, Kyoto, Madrid, Moscow, Oxford, Paris and Santiago. The Daily took a look at the long-term study abroad program’s evolution.
I’ve seen it more and more lately, but I don’t think the phenomenon is at all recent. I’d imagine that, for thousands of years, mankind has both eaten lunch and suggested things that would never occur. The intersection of these events is, of course, the lunch-that-won’t-happen.
Do: Appreciate the past.
Doo-Doo: Live in the past.
When it comes to prestigious awards in higher education, nothing quite measures up to a Rhodes Scholarship. This year, Stanford is lucky enough to boast a University-record five scholarship winners, more than any other university in the nation this year. The students, Aysha Bagchi ‘11, Anand Habib ‘11, Ishan Nath ‘12, Kate Niehaus ‘10 M.S. ‘11 and Tenzin Seldon ‘12, will receive three years of free study at Oxford University. (