Does campus feel too big? Ever want to go to a FroSoCo party but feel its too far? In an effort to revamp campus transportation, the Board of Trustees announced an initiative to transform the current Marguerite shuttle system into a high-speed railway — modeled after the State of California’s proposal.
The collection of the 2019 Oscar-nominated live-action short films revolve around themes of youth, masculinity, family, motherhood and ultimately, as Oscar-nominated projects often do, the human experience. “Fauve,” “Detainment” and “Skin” place young boys at the center of their stories, while “Marguerite” and “Madre” feature only women on screen (“Marguerite” also being the only nominated…
On Jan. 1, the Marguerite began operations under First Transit, which replaced TransDev as the shuttle system’s transportation service provider.
Parking & Transportation Services (P&TS) implemented several changes to the Marguerite shuttle lines on Oct. 6, some of them coinciding with a revised Caltrain timetable that went into effect Oct. 5.
Take a journey from North Carolina to Tulsa, Okla., and wrestle with the complexity of human relationships, our obsession with physical appearance and the power of religion — all while on a Marguerite shuttle. For this weekend only, At the Fountain Theatricals presents the Stanford community with “Violet: The Musical,” “the travel musical that actually travels.”
Oak Creek, which provides a unique off-campus “real life” experience, expects to see its population double during the Winter Quarter as students return from studying abroad.
While Stanford “guarantees campus housing to entering freshmen for all four years,” according to the Office of Undergraduate Admission, 81 students were assigned to Oak Creek through the waitlist round.
Due to student complaints, the developers of the iStanford app will withdraw the recently updated product on April 15, with a plan to re-release the app in several months after further adjustments.