SATIRE: We at The Stanford Daily are proud to present an anonymous interview with the sole person in the Class of 2023 without imposter syndrome.
“The skills of humanities thinking are less quantifiable, yes, but they are real and employable and always necessary,” says Professor Caroline Winterer, who headed the Stanford Humanities Center from 2013 until Sept. 1, 2019.
The Daily spoke with Greene about the role of the humanities and SHC at Stanford, as well as his own goals as SHC director.
The Daily sat down with 1301PE founder Brian Butler to discuss his work, collaborating with other artists and the impact of poster art on the Stanford community.
Standup comedian Rick Gutierrez’s latest adventure? Parenting, the subject of his one-hour special, “I’m Not Mad, I’m Just a Parent,” this weekend at the San Jose Improv.
To learn more about Stanford’s endowment, The Daily interviewed Robert Wallace, chief executive officer of the Stanford Management Company (SMC), which is responsible for managing the $28.7 billion dollar Merged Pool, the principal fund for investing the endowment.
This past weekend in San Francisco, I had the chance to interview Tablo, the frontman of Epik High, one of South Korea’s biggest hip-hop groups. Tablo was a Stanford alumnus (Daniel Seonwoong Lee ’01 M.A. ’02) who did his undergraduate and master’s degree in the English Literature and Creative Writing program. We sat down before…
Miriam Haart ’22 is the 19-year-old co-teacher of CS11: How to Make VR, a class on designing virtual reality applications using the Unity game engine, a platform for developing applications.