With fall quarter underway, the Bay Area-based Farmscape approaches the one-year anniversary of the start of its work with Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE) cultivating Teaching Gardens at 10 dining halls around campus.
As the end of summer draws near, it’s time to explore new music and make the most of the holidays and warm weather. Take a trip down memory lane, chill with some mellow vibes and jam to some boppin’ beats with four playlists this summer.
Nestled in the Bing Wing of the Cecil H. Green Library lies “The Baltic Way,” an exhibition showcasing 100 years of Baltic history through artifacts and documents. The gallery, curated by Stanford and the Hoover Institution, aims to demonstrate the Baltic republics’ combined strength throughout decades of persecution, while also highlighting each country’s unique heritage and culture.
Whether you’re a devoted reader hungry for a new book or in need of a good read after a long day of work, we’ve assembled for you a short list of light summer reads. Peruse it to find historical fiction, novels, memoirs and magazines destined to impress the pickiest of readers.
For Stanford students and visitors exploring campus this summer, choosing between an array of Bay Area activities can be daunting. However, if your wallet is empty after just one month of summer, consider this short list of completely free things to do in and around Stanford while experiencing the arts and nature of Silicon Valley.
On Tuesday, June 26, the July issue of National Geographic hit the newstands, featuring Katie Ledecky ’20 on the front cover. While Ledecky is no stranger to setting historic swimming records, she set a new record by becoming the first Olympian woman and swimmer to be featured on the cover of the magazine.