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Vanessa Ochavillo

SHPRC revives image with increased outreach

It’s just a typical Tuesday afternoon at the Sexual Health Peer Resource Center (SHPRC), as Milana Baker ’14 greets two visitors using up their quarterly $3 credit for condoms and rings up their purchases. Sitting cross-legged on a swivel chair in the SHPRC’s office on the second floor of Vaden Health Center, Baker, the center’s projects consultant, explains that it wasn't always this way – the office used to be much quieter. But she likes the change of pace.

FLIP tackles socio-economic identity

Since 2004, the First-Generation Low Income Partnership (FLIP), a student-led organization on campus, has sought to tackle one of the most sensitive issues facing the minority of students coming from low-income backgrounds and entering Stanford as the first in their families to get a college education–socio-economic class.

Moscow program moving from fall to spring next year

The Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) in Moscow is moving its study-abroad program from fall quarter to spring for the 2014-15 academic year, due to rising demands from students who wanted to stay in Russia longer than the 10-week term. Though the first year will be an experiment, BOSP expects the change to be permanent.…

Review: The Original Winter One Acts

In this year’s “Original Winter One Acts,” produced by The Ram’s Head Theatrical Society features a collection of four student-written and student-directed one-act plays. From the staged conversations over coffee to surreal dream sequences, this Stanford tradition campus serves up a jolt of a show.
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