Rock and classical are often seen as two conflicting genres. On the surface, rock, with its heavy beats and aggressive undertones, seems completely distinct from the calmer, more refined sound of classical music.
After their inaugural year, the yearlong residential programs “Science in the Making: Integrated Learning Environment” (SIMILE) and “Immersion in the Arts: Living in Culture” (ITALIC) have adjusted their curricula and structures to better fit the needs of students.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program awarded fellowships to 11 Stanford students and alumni for the 2014-15 academic year.
Stanford students Rafael Cosman ’15 and Shadi Barhoumi ’17 have created CodeCamp, a free summer camp that exposes East Palo Alto students to programming. During its inaugural season this summer, the camp is running in two four-week sessions, and each session takes place at a different school in East Palo Alto.
The last time most of us saw her, Tessanne Chin was crying as she sang her new single “Tumbling Down” on “The Voice” after being crowned as the season five winner, six months ago.
On June 29, Chin released her first post-”Voice” album, “Count on My Love,” and like her last performance on “The Voice,” Chin’s voice drips with raw emotion on each song on the album. With her honest lyrics and the perfect blend of reggae and pop, Chin delivers an album that not only conveys yearning and love but also keeps you on your toes.