Easter eggs adorn a tree in the Main Quad as part of a student Easter egg hunt. Christian Holy Week culminates this weekend with Easter Sunday.
Rick Hodes, a physician who has worked in Ethiopia for 20 years representing the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, shared the story of his work with students Thursday night. Hodes will present again tonight at the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Auditorium.
Students spoke with a member of the Youth Defectors’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights in EAST House Thursday night. The discussion was a precursor event to a panel Friday with three Korean defectors titled, ‘A Story of Survivors: The Lives of North Korean Youth Defectors.’
Riffat Masood, Consul General of Pakistan in Los Angeles spoke at “US-Pakistani Relations: The Way Forward” Wednesday evening. The event focused on the current and future state of affairs between the two nations. (IAN GARCIA-DOTY/The Stanford Daily)
Stanford Students for Obama planned for the president’s upcoming reelection campaign Wednesday evening in the Nitery. (IAN GARCIA-DOTY/The Stanford Daily)
A student dancer performed at Cantor After Hours Thursday evening. The event, which was co-sponsored by multiple student organizations and the Cantor Arts Center, featured live acts from students in theater, dance, a capella and spoken word.
Filmmaker Rob van Hattum, former Mayor of Palo Alto Patrick Burt and Stanford Professor Craig Criddle of the Woods Institute discussed environmental sustainability and eco-effective design Thursday evening, following a screening of van Hattum’s documentary “Waste=Food.”