Modest Mouse headlined the Frost Revival Music and Arts Festival on Saturday afternoon at the Laurence Frost Amphitheater, marking the first time the venue had been used for this large of an event since the 1980s.
At the heart of campus, there lies a hidden sloping field of wide grassy steps surrounded by verdant vegetation so tall and thick that if it weren’t for the distinctive Hoover Tower nearby, you might forget you are in the center of Stanford’s campus. The 20-acre field narrows slightly as it dips into a stone…
Ned Tozun B.S.’01, MBA’07 found his true calling by utilizing his entrepreneurial skills to found d.light, which designs affordable and durable solar powered LED lights for people in developing countries with no or limited access to electricity.
While John is the only Keats to come to mind when that name is invoked today, another Keats — George, John’s brother — had an equally compelling story to tell, according to English professor Denise Gigante. She explores this story in her latest book, titled “The Keats Brothers: The Life of John and George.”