If you’re lucky enough to board a ship that can cross the great waters, the first piece of Stanfordia you’ll ever lay your eyes on is the coastline of Oval Bay. The bay is wrapped around by Lathrop Cape, a fair domain with intricate ruins from chiefdoms past (some say the ancestors of the denizens…
On Wednesday night, Vice President for Campus Engagement Matthew Tiews led a town-hall brainstorming session to hear from first-generation and/or low-income (FLI) students about the ongoing Town Center Project.
Spring has officially arrived in the Bay, and with its welcome warmth comes glowing green grass, longer days and plenty of alien demon caterpillars. The taste of summer is on our tongues, and if you’re anything like me, you’ve been feeling the need to get outside and soak up all this beautiful weather. Some of…
30 seconds — that’s how much time is allotted to prepare each meal on the busiest days at Heritage Eats, according to manager Chris Cutini.
Since the restaurant opened on May 25, it has served over 300 customers in just one day, surpassing the record set by its popular predecessor, Thai Cafe, according to Cutini.
Starting in May, the new restaurant will feature house-made drinks, including boba, in addition to Asian cuisine. The official date of the restaurant’s grand opening has yet to be determined.
Positioned on the outskirts of Main Quad, the Hoover Institution’s new space was designed to adhere to Stanford’s particular modern architectural philosophy.
This year’s Full Moon on the Quad featured fewer kisses and more roses, harkening back to the rose-giving ceremonies of early Stanford Full Moons.
Around 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, students participating in the fossil fuel divestment sit-in outside President John Hennessy’s office were issued a written warning issued by the University. The letter, which can be read verbatim below, mentions legal ramifications but does not constitute a legal dispersal order.