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Hey, I got rolled out again

“Who gets rolled out week nine?” Apparently, I do. It wasn’t too long ago when I was reminiscing about rollout season, and it looks like I got my wish. This time, I got rolled out for Stanford University Dance Marathon (SUDM). As one of the outreach/registration executive members, I will once again be pushing people…

Journey to the strip club

“IT’S NOTHING LIKE GTA!” My friend stumbled through the door to the pizza place, shaking his head and shivering. Behind him, two others followed with looks of stunned disbelief, astonishment and utter shock on their faces. “I can’t believe that happened. Oh god, it felt like forever, we must have spent an hour in there.”…

Connections in unexpected places

Last summer, I worked at a nonprofit organization in the Bay Area through a Haas Center grant. The grant was called the Spirituality, Service and Social Change fellowship awarded jointly with the Office for Religious Life. The fellowship itself was not explicitly religious, but sought to deepen our service experiences through spiritual reflection in once-a-week…

The Frenchman of Old Stanford

Any Stanford student with a spirit for adventure has likely journeyed out to the far reaches of East Campus, where the great thoroughfare that is Page Mill Road takes ambitious travelers into the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. To most of us, the only things that lie beyond Campus Drive are grad students and…