For an intense and fearful few days during spring quarter, paranoia and deception are the norm in most dorms. The game is called Assassins and no one is safe. The rules are simple–a player is assigned a victim to eliminate using a water gun. Once “assassinated,” the assassin will inherit the victim’s target. The last one standing is the victor.
Amid bright green rubber and metal mechanisms, a prosthetic leg leaning on a table and muffled noises from the back room, Krista Donaldson, CEO of D-Rev, a nonprofit that develops products to help the health and income of the impoverished on a global level, is busy at work.
With tonight’s deadline for pre-assignment fast approaching, a new housing policy will require students who wish to pre-assign into a cooperative house for the 2012-13 academic year to use their Tier 2 housing preference.
The Arrillaga Family Dining Commons is a collaboration between Stanford Dining, Stanford Athletics, the Stanford School of Medicine, and the Culinary Institute of America to bring healthy, balanced meals to Stanford students.
For many Stanford students, the month of September signifies the last few carefree weeks of summer vacation to be spent without worrying about the start of classes looming in the not-so-distant future. However, during this time, many other students are already on campus hard at work at the Sophomore College (SoCo) and Arts Intensive programs.
From the silly to the soulful, a cappella groups are a vital and visible part of life at Stanford from one’s first days on the Farm–surely, most students can recall hiking over to Frost Amphitheater with their new ProFro friends, taking in the diverse musical talents of the various troupes at the annual a capella show during Admit Weekend.
Throwback in Black was a true glimpse into what Everyday People is all about — passion, creativity and true love of music.
The World Expo, an international event occurring only twice every 10 years and attended by millions around the globe, could be coming to the Bay Area in 2020. California’s bid for the Expo may greatly impact Palo Alto and the greater Bay Area.