But in typical Stanford student fashion, the more work we have, the more ways we conjure to avoid it.
We are all aware that Facebook is not real life, yet the idea that things need to be made “Facebook official” appears to have consumed our generation.
It’s crazy that the little things that used to make us so happy are the first things to go once we get too busy.
Given the harsh sting of rejection so many girls feel, I don’t understand why the sororities insist on using a public forum like Facebook when they know that girls that they turned down will see those posts.
We’re glad it’s your turn, Class of 2016, so here are a few tips to make sure you get the most out of your Admit Weekend experience:
As contrived as it may sound, the Draw brings out the best and the worst in people, and going through it once has left me much more composed this time around. So for those of you who have never gone through the Draw before, here’s what my experiences have taught me:
The idea that one might be able to enjoy and pursue both science and the humanities seems unfathomable to many of the people I talk to, both back at home and here on campus.
After listening to the 911 calls and reading through the multiple accounts of the confrontation between Trayvon and Zimmerman, I now find myself coming across a different set of articles: those attempting to dig into Trayvon’s past and paint the picture of him as a troubled young man.