Some performers at the music festival were unsurprising in their goodness. But other top performances came, perhaps unexpectedly, from lesser-known acts, especially ones hailing from outside the country.
From day-in-the-life videos and dorm room tours to orientation clips and guides on how to get into any school, the stream of college content never seems to run dry. Whether the college experience is depicted accurately or not, the proliferation of college-branded videos attracts young viewers whose perception of schools may be influenced by what they see online.
According to Yahoo Movies, less than 24% of major studio movies were original films in 2014, as compared to the 38% in 2004. More recently, the only original movie in the top 10 highest domestic grossing movies of 2019 list is Jordan Peele’s “Us.”
Spanning 12 short stories, “Home Remedies” is a unique observation of what it means to be young and Chinese in the modern world.
If you can get over the fact that it’s largely unrealistic and a little rushed, Stranger Things’ third season has far exceeded the performance of its predecessors.
To better introduce you to this weekend’s lesser-known acts, we’ve paired some of them with bigger names based on shared appeal.
The Daily sat down with 1301PE founder Brian Butler to discuss his work, collaborating with other artists and the impact of poster art on the Stanford community.
She has over 1.2 million Youtube subscribers, a Stanford course load and is now a published author, but Rachel Fong ’21 has kept her passion for product design central in all three pursuits. Fong’s debut cookbook consists of 75 original, easy-to-follow recipes modeled after her Youtube channel, “Kawaii Sweet World,” and was made available for…