Stanford’s family weekend, Feb. 24 to Feb. 25, featured conversations for families of undergraduate students, faculty lectures and various campus tours. (ANGELA LUO/The Stanford Daily)
More than 700 people from all over the world participated in the “Treehacks” hackathon, held at Stanford from Feb. 17 to Feb. 19. Hackers worked for 36-hours coding, creating apps and building hardware to solve real world problems. This year’s sponsors included Best Friends Animal Society, Microsoft, IBM, Disney and Illumina.
Visitors of all ages channelled the work of Nick Cave and created their own “soundsuits” by decorating old clothing at the Anderson Collection’s family pop-up on Saturday, Dec. 10. (ANGELA LUO/The Stanford Daily)
Visitors sampled local tap waters and talked with scientists, engineers, artists, activists and students whose work focuses on water at Cantor Arts Center’s interactive public art exhibit, “Water Bar,” which is open from Nov. 5 to Nov. 19. (ANGELA LUO/The Stanford Daily)
Stanford’s Office for Religious Life, Hindu Students Association and Stanford India Association came together to celebrate Diwali, an annual Hindu festival of lights, with music dance and reflections from students and faculty on Saturday, Oct. 29. (ANGELA LUO/the Stanford Daily)