With 12,000 meals being served every day at 11 different on-campus dining halls, there is an immense amount of food that flows through the Stanford dining hall kitchens and into students’ stomachs on a daily basis. Although some amount of food waste is impossible to avoid, the dining halls do their best to limit the impact of their leftovers.
Spoon’s latest album opens with a quivering, uneasy synth on the title track, “Hot Thoughts.” It sounds a little like an extrapolation of the dreamiest take from their last LP, the song “Inside Out” off of 2014’s “They Want My Soul.” But within a few seconds, as singer Britt Daniel’s lyrics and the guitar…
In their review for Spoon’s last outing — 2014’s still-excellent “They Want My Soul” — Rolling Stone wrote that “no failed electronic experiment […] has sullied [Spoon’s] run.” Which is hilarious, because the band’s newest album, “Hot Thoughts,” might be considered an electronic experiment, but certainly not a failed one. “Hot Thoughts” introduces splashes of electronica…
As a bustling research university, Stanford has long been an incubator for start-ups and ideas — and thousands of pounds of leftover event food.
Our focus on debating the existence of inequalities in access has helped us continue to ignore the underlying health and hunger problems. Vast inequalities exist with regards to food access.
For the Gorillaz diehards desperate to be at the front of the stage for Coachella’s closing set, listening to the cheers from the Thom Yorke crowd before Damon Albarn, the man behind the monkeys, took the stage was torturous.
Two days from the close of petitions, more hopeful ASSU candidates and special fees groups are nearer to or past the minimum signature threshold.
As ASSU election season approaches, undergraduate senators and the elections commission seem to agree on one thing: creating an equal opportunity for all students to run for ASSU positions.