This year’s Full Moon on the Quad featured fewer kisses and more roses, harkening back to the rose-giving ceremonies of early Stanford Full Moons.
The Stanford women’s lightweight rowing team meets at the Morrison Boathouse in Redwood City every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 6 A.M. to practice. (TIFFANY ONG/The Stanford Daily)
A week after the presidential election, Stanford community members gathered on Nov. 15 to march in support of marginalized communities that feel threatened by Donald Trump’s upcoming administration. (TIFFANY ONG/The Stanford Daily)
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Couldn’t make it to Big Game in person this year? Don’t worry, The Daily has you covered with some virtual reality panoramas from the game. On web and mobile, you can click on the image and move around to explore. If you have a Google Cardboard viewer, try viewing the images through Cardboard for increased immersion. The view…
To help students destress after midterms, Stanford’s Termin Engineering Library brought several dogs to campus on Thursday, Nov. 10 for students to pet and play with. (CAROLINE GAO/The Stanford Daily)
Students learned about Stanford’s plant life on a contemplative tree walking tour. The event was part of Stanford Contemplation by Design Week, which held the week of Nov. 4 until Nov. 12.
For more information about the trees of campus: https://trees.stanford.edu/
The Stanford Daily talked to tourists around campus to find out where they came from, why they were visiting and what they thought of our university. (TIFFANY ONG/The Stanford Daily)