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University commissions multimillion-dollar monument to the arts

This Thursday, University President John Hennessey announced a multimillion-dollar proposal to install a “monument to artistic expression” in front of the recently completed McMurtry Building. This proposal arrives at the end of Hennessey’s term as president, and Hennessey, a computer scientist, hopes it will serve as a reminder of his work at Stanford as a…

This week in Arts and Life: May 4 — May 10

From “Inside Out” to Hiatus Kaiyote, here’s what’s happening this week in arts and life. Film Pixar is joining forces with the Stanford Daily, Stanford Students in Entertainment and Reel Update to bring you an exclusive look at the making of “Inside Out.” “Inside Out,” the latest from the folks over at Pixar, explores the…

Why Stanford arts?

Art first glance, Stanford may not seem like the best place to get a formal education in the arts. Yet, for those prospective freshman interested in film, visuals, music and theater, The Stanford Daily Arts and Life Editors truly believe Stanford to be the perfect fit. Film Stanford’s film program is relatively young, so the University is…