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Mediations on tea

When I first saw that ARTHIST 287A, “The Japanese Tea Ceremony: The History, Aesthetics and Politics Behind a National Pastime,” was a course offered during Stanford’s spring quarter I was floored. I couldn’t believe that such a nuanced interest of mine was woven into the fabric of Stanford’s academic net. Needless to say, I was…

Under the Table

The female orgasm, and yes I said the word orgasm, is nearly as mysterious as how to make eye contact with phone-facing Stanford students. Many have tried, but few have succeeded at understanding this complex mind and body experience. One exploration worth exploring is Clayton Cubitt’s Hysterical Literature video series, available for your viewing pleasure on Youtube.