For a certain subset of Stanford seniors, this fall’s workload and stress levels derive only partially from their course loads. With the pressure of LSATs, GREs, GMATs, medical school applications and interviews, some seniors are busy planning for the next stage of their education–while still wrapping up their current one.
For countries in turmoil, an aid greater than immediate help is the sustainable development of legal institutions–a mantra that a group of Stanford law students have taken to heart in expanding a foundation for rule of law in Afghanistan.
Molly Spaeth shares some Midwestern wisdom with the Stanford community.
For college seniors applying to graduate or professional schools, the research, application and decision-making process is intensely hands-on and drawn-out…