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Sevde Kaldiroglu
Sevde Kaldiroglu ’17 is a sophomore hoping to double major in English (Creative Writing) and Psychology. She was raised in Istanbul, Turkey, and decided to come to Stanford to pursue her passion of writing. A staff writer for the student groups beat at the Stanford Daily, Sevde is also the editor-in-chief of Avicenna - The Stanford Journal on Muslim Affairs. She also enjoys swings, drinking Turkish coffee, and fortune-telling. To contact Sevde, email her at sevde ‘at’ stanford.edu.

Study shows how blue whales maintain size

According to a recent study conducted by scientists from Stanford University, Oregon State University and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries, blue whales employ specialized foraging strategies to reach and maintain their gigantic size.

Anthropology panel addresses social justice

At the Intersections of Anthropology and Social Justice Panel on Wednesday, students in the anthropology department presented on a diverse range of research projects and their own connections to issues of social justice. The panel, which is intended to be an annual event, was started last year by Nestor Silva, a second-year anthropology Ph.D. student.…

Cardinal Walk promotes physical activity on campus for ninth year

The ninth annual Cardinal Walk will take place this Friday, on March 8 from 11:30 am to 2 pm. Cardinal Walk is a 1.5-mile walk around campus intended to promote health and fitness among the Stanford community. Different from last year, the walk will start in Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation (ACSR) instead of the Stanford Stadium.

Student groups take on mental health issues

Several student groups on campus have been working on providing the Stanford community with support in mental health issues. Ultimately, these groups hope to provide a space for students to deal with any problems they might be experiencing as a result of mental health issues. The groups also try to offer fun, open spaces for students to express themselves.

Student groups on campus offer resources for mental health issues

Several student groups on campus have been working on providing the Stanford community with support in mental health issues. Ultimately, these groups hope to provide a space for students to deal with any problems they might be experiencing as a result of mental health issues. The groups also try to offer fun, open spaces for students to express themselves.

Freshman dorms participate in PHEbruary

The month of February is celebrated in the form of PHEbruary, a series of events put on by Peer Health Educators (PHEs) in the freshmen dorms on campus. Starting on the first day of February, many PHEs began sending out wellness tips and challenges to their residents, encouraging them to be engaged in self-care and…

The Stanford Daily’s guide to Admit Weekend

Congratulations, ProFros (prospective freshmen – get ready for the abbreviations) on being admitted to Stanford, and welcome to Admit Weekend 2014! You might want to be in the know as to what experiences to get while you’re here on campus for a short weekend, so we at The Daily compiled some of our best advice for the future Class of 2018.
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