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A sweet new club

I sat down with Davis Wertheimer, a junior majoring in Symbolic Systems and the founder of Stanford’s new beekeeping club. We talked about his interest in beekeeping, groggy bees and the best kinds of honey. Thus far, the club has had a sum total of three meetings, and there are 18 members on the mailing…

How the other half lives

Many Stanford students embark on a study abroad program to encounter new cultures or gain a fresh perspective. But students living in Sigma Chi and Columbae have found that cultural immersion and eye opening experiences do not always require an intensive application or a plane ticket. The Sigma Chi-Columbae house swap was initiated last year…

Considering the longboard.

To long board or not to long board? Transportation is a big deal at Stanford. Considering the vastness of the campus and demanding schedule it is no surprise that the majority of students rely on some more accelerated form of transportation than their ligaments. But to say that it is just a matter of efficiency…

Documentaries to watch

Watching documentaries is a great way to relax while still doing something productive and educational, or at least that’s how I justify spending so many hours on Netflix. I’ve compiled a list of some great ones out there. Man on a Wire The movie centers on Philippe Petit, an astonishingly spirited and reckless tightrope walker in his…