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Maha Al Fahim

Navigating Stanford’s digital campus

Our phones and laptops are also becoming the one-stop shops for everything. Online, we go to class, complete our assignments, check the news, scroll through social media, shop on Amazon and connect with friends and family.

On dealing with impostor syndrome

I remember the day, five years ago, when college admission results came out. I was sitting behind my computer, my heart pounding wildly as I logged into my Princeton Applicant Portal account. I took a deep breath and pressed “enter.” The first words that came up were, “Congratulations! I am delighted to offer you admission…

Connecting with Stanford’s trees

The first quarter on campus can often feel like a whirlwind. We are rushing from class to class and turning in one set of assignments after another. It often feels like there is no room for a breather. However, every once in a while, a scene of the campus’s nature forces me to take a…
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