Celebrating its debut EP release, the student-led alternative rock band Siberian Front fired up the crowd last Friday night at Sigma Chi. Ever since its debut performance at the same place last February, Siberian Front has garnered a large following on campus, having previously performed at Wine and Cheeses, Beer and Pretzels and F*uck the Man…
In Siberia, it gets cold. Real cold. I bore this in mind as I made sure to slip on my trusty pair of corduroys before heading over to Siberian Front’s first live performance at Sigma Chi Saturday night. By the end of the show I wished I had worn shorts, and not just because of all the spilled beer.
ZAP and Sigma Chi residents have led a recent fundraising effort to aid three dining staff workers and their family who were affected by a recent fire, raising over $19,000 in total.
Three fraternities opened their doors last weekend to the Stanford student body, with Kappa Alpha (KA), Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) and Theta Delta Chi opting to throw all-campus parties the weekend before dead week.
To steal a line from a good friend, “be deeply funky” – Keep XOX self-owned, and defend the quirkiness that makes Stanford great.
Stanford moved to revoke the lease of Chi Theta Chi, one of two non-University operated houses on campus, Wednesday citing lease violations, liability concerns and “pressing life safety issues.”
The green numbers of my alarm clock read 7:00 a.m. Despite having been home for a couple of months, I still took several seconds to comprehend that the clock was telling the truth. What happened to rolling out of bed just in time for 11:00 classes?