Paula McCloud examines a dearth of hair resources for Black students at Stanford.
Last fall, fourteen student teams designed computer, video and mobile games in CS 146: “Introduction to Game Design and Development.”
The art of storytelling can take many forms, whether it be through dance, film or the written and spoken word. Stanford Theater and Performance Studies, in their multimedia production of “No Hero,” incorporates all of these art forms to develop a comprehensive, oft-unheard narrative about the meaning of dance in the rural west. The production…
What’s the hardest major at Stanford? What are CS majors really like? The Grind’s Maximiliana Bogan interviews Stanford students from different majors to find out what some common stereotypes are. Thank you to all participants who appear in this video. Music: Youtube–Best Music Compilation Contact Maximiliana Bogan at ebogan ‘at’ stanford.edu.
A friend of mine, Cameron Steinfeld ‘18, recently created something that I really like, so much so that I don’t know how I feel about trying to understand it. The piece is a video, essentially an imagist interpretation of Pink Floyd’s “Shine On You Crazy Diamond.” Best described as a translation of the song through…
On December 9th, 1968, Douglas Engelbart delivered what is today known as “The Mother of All Demos” in San Francisco, unveiling to the public a revolutionary new computer system that consolidated many aspects of personal computing into one machine. Nearly 50 years later, composers and performers Mikel Rouse and Ben Neill have brought this watershed moment in technological history to the stage. On Wednesday night, the duo premiered a multimedia performing arts piece, simply titled “The Demo,” to a full house in Bing Concert Hall.
How strong are the ties to our distant relatives, even the ones we haven’t met? Distant yet thought-provoking, Otálvaro-Hormillosa’s avant-garde dance piece, “Intertwining Roots” didn’t necessarily answer this question; rather, it provided a means of thinking about it that thrilled the senses.
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