Late-night snacking fuels students to continue working into the night, or perhaps greets them as a beacon of solace, a break from the tedious work that has consumed their day. While some opt to eat in the comfort of their own rooms (on cereal hoarded from the dining halls, pizza delivered to their dorms or even snack food purchased from any number of on- or off-campus convenience stores), others stay local and let Stanford Dining satisfy their hunger pangs.
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.
In 2000, spurred by an increase in the number of recreational users of the area, Stanford’s Land Use and Environmental Planning Department decided to implement a new conservation and land use plan, with the goal of trying to minimize human impact on the area. This September marks the 10th anniversary of the Dish’s environmental plan.