As Reilly Jonathan Clark ’18 M.A. ’19 and Michael Reily Haag ’18 M.A. ’19 hand the baton to two new PASS presidents, they are leaving a legacy of several PASS-led projects that have taken place around campus.
Meg Garlinghouse, the head of social impact at LinkedIn, spoke about networking and philanthropy on Tuesday night at the “Kickstart Your Social Impact Career” event, an annual career fair that connects students interested in public service with prospective employers.
Once a week, early enough that the sun has barely risen, a small group gathers outside Green Library for an hour or so and chats. Seated around a table at Coupa Cafe, they discuss typical Stanford things: what classes to avoid, what grad schools to apply for, what articles they’ve been reading.
“I thought [the career fair] was just the farmer’s market expanded,” one shocked student said while exiting White Plaza last week. The anonymous quote sent to the popular Facebook page, “Things Overheard at Stanford,” renders a quite accurate image of large-scale career fairs at Stanford. Renamed “Venture” events this year, career fairs are widely known…
A couple of weekends ago, I took a much-needed beach trip with a couple of friends. After a wonderful day laying out in the sun and frolicking in the chilly California water, one of my friends glanced down at the backs of my legs and said, “Dude, your legs look kind of red.” I groaned…
Over the course of the year, I have come to realize something that I cannot recall seeing in any admissions material: some of the minds that will teach us the most do not reside in ivory towers.
Conspire is a digital network platform founded by two Stanford grads (’04), helping users find the strongest path of connection to any person of interest, with a value prop that reaches beyond just LinkedIn-style “connecting.”
The annual Forum for American-Chinese Exchange at Stanford (FACES) summit returned this past weekend after a year of inactivity due to many group members graduating.