These memories are not behind us, but are a part of us now. They are the roots that will determine our success when the wind blows. We are more than prepared to challenge politicians and give advice to Fortune 500 CEOs and direct millions of dollars at leading NGOs. We just don’t realize it yet.
Stanford will replace all diplomas issued over the past four quarters in order to correct an outdated signature, according to an email sent Thursday morning by the Office of the Registrar.
“This University and this moment fills me with a sense of gratitude. Today is not just a day of celebration but a day of appreciation.”
Cory Booker ’91 M.A. ‘92, mayor of Newark, NJ, delivered the keynote address today to the class of 2012 at Stanford’s 121st Commencement. Booker gave a very personal speech, focusing on his father and grandfather and sharing from his experiences in Newark.
You’re busy thinking just one thing: “Am I going to keep in touch with this person after graduation?”
“So, what are you doing next year?” It’s the question that strikes fear into the heart of every graduating student.
But that’s a broader ideal, one that we keep pushing to the side for more instant gratification.
The knowledge that everything will soon end creates a sort of frenzy: the Last Chance Syndrome.
Palo Alto parents called for a reduction last week of the achievement gap between minority and non-minority students in the Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD). Frustrated guardians voiced their complaints to the PAUSD Board of Education at a meeting on Tues., Jan. 17.