The Arts & Life seniors take a step back and reflect on the best parts about being members of the class of ’14.
After receiving lower than expected interest from seniors last year, Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) is continuing to encourage seniors and juniors to work on a Senior Synthesis grant.
Despite a growing number of students nationwide who are hoping to avoid a tough job market by applying directly to business school, many at Stanford are still opting for a more winding path.
For a certain subset of Stanford seniors, this fall’s workload and stress levels derive only partially from their course loads. With the pressure of LSATs, GREs, GMATs, medical school applications and interviews, some seniors are busy planning for the next stage of their education–while still wrapping up their current one.
No two of Stanford’s seniors experience their final year in the same way. Some seniors eagerly anticipate graduation, bolstered by the comfort of having secured a future job. A few haven’t made any firm post-graduation plans. A handful are absolutely terrified. Others are just enjoying the ride…