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Cardinal Sins: A Bad First Impression

But the program is hugely flawed. IHUM introduces freshman to a picture of the humanities not at all like the interactive seminars that the English and Philosophy Departments thrive on. It’s too bad, because its only takes a few run-ins with the program’s arbitrary grading scales and lecture-like discussion sections before many students give up on IHUM, and, sometimes, the humanities in general…

The GAO Report: A Liberal Artist’s Anxieties

This past weekend, thousands of adults descended onto the Farm, participating in the annual ritual known as Parents’ Weekend. Numerous activities including faculty lectures, campus tours, open houses and receptions were scheduled to offer families an insight into the academic and campus lives of Stanford students. Despite the hectic programming schedule, I am sure many…