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Dancing for an excellent cause

Stanford University Dance Marathon (SUDM) is an annual philanthropic event that raises money for health-related causes. Students dance for 24 consecutive hours while raising money to donate. In the past, SUDM has donated proceeds to organizations such as FACE AIDS (2008) and Partners in Health Rwanda (2014-2016), organizations which seek to provide communities in Rwanda…

Video: Dance Marathon 2017

Stanford’s Dance Marathon participants danced for 24 hours on Saturday, Feb. 18 to Sunday, Feb. 19 at the Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center. Funds raised at the event went to families who cannot afford cancer treatment through the Bass Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases at Lucile Packard. (XIN LI/The Stanford Daily)

SAL announces Campus Impact Award winners

Stanford Student Activities and Leadership (SAL), the group overseeing officially recognized student groups on campus, recently released its 2015 Campus Impact Award winners. Categories included Building Bridges, Leaving a Legacy, Inspiring Innovation, and Capturing the Spirit. Stanford Sanskriti, the undergraduate South Asian society, won the Building Bridges award, which, according to SAL, recognizes “collaborative efforts that…

Camp Youth rocks White Plaza in support of global health initiatives

Last Wednesday, students huddled together before the stage in White Plaza, clutching CoHo cappuccinos, awaiting the performance of the Stanford indie rock band Camp Youth. The platform was adorned with Christmas lights, drums, amps, and several microphones. The performance was in support of “Rhythms and Reflections,” an event sponsored by PIH Engage and Dance Marathon, featuring testimonials…