Under the false impression that they were all invited to a scholarship dinner, the students suddenly find themselves locked in a room that contains a bomb, syringe filled with poison and note revealing that they have one hour to choose someone to kill, or else they will all die.
As the 2020 election cycle comes to a close, with President-elect Joseph Biden’s win officially certified by the Electoral College earlier this month, many — including prominent Stanford politicos — find themselves shifting their attention toward the Georgia Senate runoff elections.
Although many art galleries and museums now offer limited in-person experiences, nearly every major art institution has also made its exhibitions and collections accessible online.
If only for a moment, the series distracts us from the grim reality of the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing us to immerse ourselves in 45 minutes of secretive relationships, cryptic backstories and luxurious wardrobes.
Among the Hoover Institution’s 190 fellows for the 2018-19 academic year are eight Robert and Marion Oster National Security Affairs Fellows (NSAF): prominent military, defense and political leaders who conduct independent research relating to their respective professional interests.
Every year, one of my New Year’s resolutions involves some sort of exercise goal — whether it’s to hike a few times a week or to try a new fitness trend. However, after about Jan. 15, every single year without fail, I start forgetting about my resolution because it’s already been two weeks since New…
On Tuesday, Paul Watkins ’17 brought four “therapy llamas” to campus to decrease stress and promote wellness on campus. The event was also an opportunity for Watkins to publicize his mobile app, Vibe, which aims to promote mental health by allowing its student users to find on-campus peer support.
The cafe serves acai bowls, cold-pressed juices, protein shakes and smoothies, showcasing the healthy lifestyle to which the founder says he has committed since overcoming drug addiction and homelessness.
Have you ever seen the Tweet that says, “Mother’s Day is hard when your mom deserves an island, but you can only afford a candle?” This question does not exclusively apply to Mother’s Day; however, it applies to many times of the year but especially the upcoming holiday season. Whether you’re shopping for your roommate,…