Today marks the official start of Admit Weekend for prospective freshman (ProFros). The three-day event will provide high school students admitted to the Class of 2015 a taste of life at Stanford.
This year, the crowds of eager prospective freshmen (ProFros) have begun to trickle in a little earlier than usual. That’s because Admit Weekend ends April 30, the day before the Student Intent to Register (SIR) deadline, when prospective students must commit to a college.
Good job, everyone! We made it. Another Reunion Homecoming Weekend down. We all woke up Monday morning to a campus commute hampered only by the usual limb-mangling bike accidents…
Jack Cackler explores recent developments in the science behind how laughter affects the body, and hopes you find the article humerus.
Despite initial concerns regarding the larger than expected number of ProFros (prospective freshmen) on campus for Admit Weekend, those involved with the event generally gave positive feedback.
Danny gives timely advice on the advantages of a Stanford education.
A record number of prospective freshmen have signed up to attend Admit Weekend, which starts Thursday, leaving coordinators in a scramble to ensure that there will be enough room hosts to accommodate next weekend’s 1,335 expected “ProFros.”