Global Farming would donate $4,000 to Stanford’s Frosh Formal planning efforts, with only one string attached — that the event’s theme “reflected Global Farming Industries’ values and mission for change in the 21st century.”
According to Brown and Chao, sparks flew — and not just when the electric saw was cutting through the bike lock.
As students readjust to life back on campus, they say they prefer in-person exams over the online midterms administered in remote classes last year.
A Lost Airpod: Silently curl into a ball on the floor of the hallway in your dorm at the end of the night, and hope that your roommate will wake you up in the morning.
In trials, the startup’s horses only mistook AirPods for peanuts about 10% of the time and packaged Apple Pencils for carrots about 5% of the time.