From a jelly made of Platostoma palustre grass to drinkable tofu, Asian desserts are as varied as the colors of halo-halo. Some ingredients, such as fresh jackfruit or pandan leaf, may be more regional, but thanks to the Asian immigrant community’s influence in the Bay Area, there are many options available close to campus. Bao…
In this edition of Gram Grads, The Stanford Daily sat down with Danica Jacinto (M.B.A. ’17), a recent graduate from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), to discuss themes of giving back and enjoying life.
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Julia Landauer ’14, a 21-year-old professional race car driver and Stanford undergraduate, spoke with The Daily about competing on the latest season of the long-running reality series “Survivor”