Whether you’ll be making the trek up to Berkeley or escaping the still-questionable air quality at a watch party, the 121st Big Game is upon us. With the pressure of finals on hiatus for one much-anticipated week of break, Saturday’s game is perfectly timed to attract fans of all intensities and levels of knowledge. For some, the game is just one of many opportunities to don body paint and cheer on the Card with routine fervor.
The first film in the Stanford Summer Human Rights Series, “Stink!”, was screened on campus on July 19. The series is part of the Camera as a Witness (CAW) Program, which was founded by Stanford teacher and lecturer Jasmina Bojic eight years ago. The three films that will be shown in the Summer Series are selected from the United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF) archives, according to Bojic.
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As a freshman at Stanford, Romney put his pranking skills to work in service of one of the nation’s great college rivalries.
Whatever excuse I can muster, though, karma paid me back for showing weakness—nine Red Zone points or not, something went wrong when I showed up for the Big Game. As I scanned my ID card to enter the stadium, I discovered I hadn’t been allocated a ticket
Considering Stanford football is currently ranked No. 6 in the country, it would be easy to believe that no other sport on campus could compare to its success. Oddly enough, though, five of the seven other fall sports teams on campus are ranked even higher.