Whoop whoop, it’s Friday! Apparently there’s a football game today? Go Card! But there are also a lot of other great things going on at Stanford and around the Bay Area, listed below. SEE: CORNEL WEST What: A lecture regarding his New Book: Black Prophetic Fire * Race Matters; In conversation with Astra Taylor. Where:…
On Monday, Oct. 6, The Daily received the following email from one concerned party: Dear Sir/Madam: I know the Editorial Dept. isn’t the right place to send this, but I don’t see any other likely email on your Web site. I was visiting the Stanford campus last Thursday, and snapped this photo:
Every Monday, Lomita will link to some of our favorite reads and features from around the web from the past week. Remember Sia’s Chandelier video with the tiny wigged horror-girl from Dance Moms? The choreographer dissects the dance, step-by-step in this beautiful video. (Nowness) The New Yorker gets its first animated cover. (Instagram)
This week’s featured artist is Witt Fetter ’17, an Art History major and Visual Arts minor whose primary medium is painting. Be sure to see Witt’s work in “All Tomorrow’s Parties,” opening tonight at the Stanford Art Gallery at 5 p.m.
It’s the weekend! So here is your second weekly roundup of events on campus and nearby, as promised. See you at Hardly Strictly?
Frequent treks from East Campus to West have me passing by Munger, and while the walk at night is not always a welcome one, I can feel assured by one constant: a group of graduate students BBQing.
Every Friday, Lomita will feature one student artist. We will post a small portfolio of their work, along with a short description. This week, we have the honor of profiling Cody Laux ’15. Two summers ago, Cody received a grant that allowed her to travel to Norway to photographic an important moment in the country’s history, one of new immigration and a burgeoning diversity, which was, of course, not without conflict.
“I really want to make it off campus more this year.” You’ve been saying it for the past three years. It’s tough, we know. So we’re trying to make it easier for you. Every Friday, we’ll have a roundup of all of this weekend’s best and cheapest cultural offerings, both at Stanford and in the Bay.