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Reflections on senior spring

Senior spring was supposed to be my chillest Stanford quarter. I was going to be in two real classes and wanted to focus my energy on social interactions and relationships. But life comes at you fast, and plans change. This definitely wasn’t my chillest quarter, and it seemed like it wasn’t for a lot of…

No Free Lunch: Happier Campers

It’s spring quarter and the sun and 70-degree weather is hopefully here to stay. This means that if you live somewhere with seniors, or are one, you probably know someone participating in Camp Stanford. The formula is simple, no class plus a liberal addition of kegs, frisbees and fountains equals one hell of a quarter.

One time at Camp Stanford…

In the middle of the quarter, it might be difficult to imagine what life at Stanford would be like if classes weren’t part of the equation. Time could be spent exploring hobbies, spending time with friends and basking in the sun during midterms while students fill Green and Meyer Libraries.

For some, like Leah Karlins ’11, this dream life on the Farm is real, and it’s known as “Camp Stanford,” or more formally, the post-graduation quarter.