In her new podcast “Leap!”, which will be released later this week, Management, Science and Engineering professor Tina Seelig Ph.D. ’85 invites Stanford alumni to share insights into launching a career
Tippett said she has mastered the craft of storytelling over the course of her career through her line of questioning.
In the past two quarters, the Stanford Storytelling Project (SSP) has started shifting the emphasis of its show “State of the Human” from a radio show on KZSU to an online podcast format in an effort to reach more internet users.
Boba Guys, a popular milk tea chain known for its unique flavors, will open in Palo Alto’s Town & Country Village shopping center this fall. The store joins several other boba shops in the Palo Alto area, including T4 on University Avenue and Pop Tea on Cambridge Avenue. Currently, Boba Guys has locations in San…
Stanford women’s basketball guard and columnist for The Stanford Daily Mikaela Brewer joins us to talk about the different initiatives she has been a part of to help athletes deal with the stigma of mental health especially among college athletes. Freshman writer King Jemison comes on to recap the Cardinal and White Spring game that occurred over the weekend. And we end the episode with two segments: Cardinal of the Week and Games we are excited about.
Content warning: This article discusses rape and sexual abuse. Over winter break, I picked up JM Coetzee’s “Late Essays” in a San Francisco bookstore. In it I encountered one of two misreadings by authors — male writers I adore — that gently sidestepped what seemed to me to be glaring depictions of sexual assault. Coetzee’s first review…
Students of Oral Communication 130: “Your American Life” will spend this winter learning to craft podcast and radio shows to the tune of “This American Life” and New York Public Radio’s “Radiolab.”
KZSU and The Stanford Daily join forces to produce the Stanford Football podcast. This week Roberto Arguello and Jack Landsberg preview Stanford versus USC on Saturday and discuss which weaknesses Stanford can exploit against the Trojans.