Much like a chef prepares an elaborate meal with diverse ingredients, Allison Carruth ’04 M.A. ’08 Ph.D., the new associate director of Stanford’s Science, Technology and Society program (STS), has returned to campus to concoct a dish of her own. However, instead of a gourmet meal, this dish comes in the form of spicing…
Somewhere between pulling open the tinted glass door of Century Redwood City 20 theaters and taking my first step inside, I crossed a powerful wormhole reminiscent of Platform 9 3/4, the magical connection between the ordinary world and the wizarding world in J.K. Rowling’s internationally renowned “Harry Potter” series.
David Geeter ’12 has made it his mission to make the practice of speed-reading a reality for Stanford students through his on-campus speed-reading workshop.
“When I saw the leprosy colonies in India, I could not believe something like that still existed,” Amy Antonelli said. “I felt like I was in the right place and that helping these people was the next step for me.”