The Stanford Law School hosted a panel discussion Tuesday to discuss the recent issues of law enforcement and racial equality and what role law schools and students can play in today’s social turmoil.
As finals begin and students across campus begin to cram for chemistry, fix those last bugs on their CS assignments or crowd the Hume Center for help on their final English papers, many students are searching for the best place to get their work done. Many students agree that the perfect study spot must combine…
An auditorium packed with more than 150 Stanford undergraduates, medical students, professors, researchers and community members. People on the floor, leaning against the walls and packed like sardines to squeeze inside. A crowd gathered outside the closed doors begging the security guard to let them in. This crowd was not gathered to hear a famous…
Don’t be surprised if you recognize one of the stars of HBO’s new series, MasterClass, walking around the Stanford campus. That would be transfer Zachary Ostroff ’16: bassist, singer, and environmentalist.
Were you to have a class with Saamon Legowski ’16 or sit down with him for lunch, you might think he is your typical Stanford student: a psychology major, creative writing minor, studies hard and works out quite a bit. What you may not realize at first glance, however, is that Legowski is a veteran of the U.S. Army and is currently in his seventh of at least twelve years in the National Reserves.
Reagan Odhner ’17, plans on using her Stanford degree in economics to change the lives of those in developing countries. This idea didn’t come from a mission trip to the Dominican Republic or even a heart-wrenching book about sub-Saharan Africa, but from the time she spent interacting with Afghan communities while on deployment in the Marine Corps.
The large windows throughout the interior allow visitors to experience both the inside and outdoors simultaneously, echoing ideas of organic architecture and even evokes the feeling of a Frank Lloyd Wright design.
Deresiewicz’s book, which was just published this August, highlights the problems with a goal, or “hoop,” oriented system of education that Deresiewicz argues takes the love of learning out of students.