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…
From a jelly made of Platostoma palustre grass to drinkable tofu, Asian desserts are as varied as the colors of halo-halo. Some ingredients, such as fresh jackfruit or pandan leaf, may be more regional, but thanks to the Asian immigrant community’s influence in the Bay Area, there are many options available close to campus. Bao…
As Reilly Jonathan Clark ’18 M.A. ’19 and Michael Reily Haag ’18 M.A. ’19 hand the baton to two new PASS presidents, they are leaving a legacy of several PASS-led projects that have taken place around campus.
While “Black Mirror” is a brilliant series, certain episodes stand out more than others.