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)
Stanford’s Office for Religious Life, Hindu Students Association and Stanford India Association came together to celebrate Diwali, an annual Hindu festival of lights, with music dance and reflections from students and faculty on Saturday, Oct. 29. (ANGELA LUO/the Stanford Daily)
Researchers reveal Stanford’s hidden history at an open house for Stanford Archaeology Center’s new exhibit, “Before Stanford: Founding Communities, Present Pasts,” on Friday, Oct. 21 (CAROLINE GAO/The Stanford Daily).
Stanford University Police Department participated in Coffee with a Cop Day for the first time on Friday, Oct. 7 by giving away free coffee at the Stanford Coffee House (CoHo) and chatting with members of the community (ERICA EVANS/The Stanford Daily).
Since dropping their eponymous debut mixtape in late April, The Outsiders have shown nothing but hustle. We’ve covered their music — see the Daily’s take on their mixtape here — but we still have plenty of questions, like where did they come from, and where are they headed? Check out this interview to learn more about our favorite…
The head coach of Stanford’s men’s rowing team shares his wisdom with his squad on the open water.