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Destroyed but not defeated: bouncing back from injuries and losses

Although all Stanford students have their ups and downs in life during their college experiences, student-athletes live out their wins and losses at an entirely different level of publicity. When they take a fall, be it physical or psychological, there’s a lot of pressure from not just their teammates and coaches, but also their fans,…

Student DJ’s career takes off

Wiley Webb ’16, has come a long way since his first rave. While he was once just another face in the crowd, the sophomore is now on stage as the main event. His songs, notable for their catchy riffs, have thousands of plays online, and their popularity is only growing. It all started five years…

Inside Stanford’s Scottish sports scene

Making a sport out of swinging hammers and throwing anvils may initially seem at best like an antiquated hobby. Even so, anyone walking by the Sand Hill Intramural Fields on any given Tuesday or Wednesday night will likely witness an eclectic group of individuals —male and female, young and old— swinging hammers with as much enthusiasm as their kilted predecessors did in Scotland centuries ago.

Veterans Day vignettes

On Veterans Day, six student veterans joined a panel to discuss their experiences of war. The event, titled “Voices from the front: Stanford students returning home from war,” was hosted by the Stanford Storytelling Project. These are some of their stories.
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