The series feels less like an homage to the singer, more like a pursuit of profit. It feels like an elongated version of the movie with small additions, like a greater interest in Abraham’s character and the songwriting process.
The show’s consistency makes the experience much more enjoyable. For instance, televised scenes of the royals were recreated with the show’s cast and filmed in black and white.
Summer 2020-21 BOSP program applications remain open. Although some students were disappointed, they recognized the global health situation.
This year marks the 123rd Big Game and our writers interviewed three alum about their Big Game memories.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Nov. 10 to Nov. 16 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
The clouds were different from the ones I’ve grown accustomed to these past few months. The previously smoky and depressing skies that limited my ability to step outside were now filled with beautiful gray and puffy storm clouds.
While the online programming and interview settings have the potential to close equity gaps, the experience also creates challenges for applicants and interviewers alike.
In her time at Stanford, Rae tackled race in a similar way through “Dorm Diaries,” which she created and directed.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Oct. 27 to Nov. 3 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
The University has stressed that its plans to bring frosh and sophomores back to campus for winter quarter are contingent on public health conditions, both echoing and differing from peer institutions.
The 2015 sitcom was created by Justin Spitzer and is co-produced by Stanford alumni Jonathan Green ’95 and Gabe Miller ’93. Aside from being genuinely good comedy (“Superstore” is way better than “The Office,” in my opinion), the show touches on important and relevant topics such as labor issues, culture and identity and immigration among many others.
As I reminisce on my juice-box-of-a-freshman-year, I have a new appreciation for Stanford and the experiences I had.
The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program, which provides eligible students with part-time jobs to pay educational expenses such as tuition and fees, books and supplies, will only be offered to students on a Flex Term this year. Stanford previously waived the 2020 and 2021 summer earning expectations and eliminated the work expectation portion of the student contribution for the 2020-21 academic year.