When you think of a mythology book reading on a Tuesday night at Stanford during midterms week, you would be forgiven for imagining that event as a small and geriatric affair — one with criminally low attendance and death-of-the-humanities gravity. The storytelling event put on by the Stanford Storytelling Project on May 7 featured bestselling…
Titled “Tajikistan — Finding the Woman of Stone,” the documentary was the product of Bennett-Fite’s “Journey of a Lifetime” award, which funded her travels in Tajikistan during May and July this year and culminated in a radio broadcast on Oct. 2.
“State of the Human” is ran by the Stanford Storytelling Project (SSP), an arts program on campus that seeks to promote the art of storytelling within the undergraduate community.
The Stanford Alumni Association released their first podcast list, “Podcasts to Wake Your Brain,” featuring five podcasts produced by Stanford organizations meant to spark listeners’ thinking.
On Saturday night the Stanford Storytelling Project brought Aimee Mann and Billy Collins to Dinkelspiel Auditorium for an event that showcased Collins’ poetry and Mann’s songwriting.
Stanford Storyboard Club, an unconventional group of Stanford visual artists, will roll out a variety of projects this year to provide a dose of amusement to Stanford’s campus.
Hilarious, simply hilarious. That’s the aptest description I can give for Maria Bamford’s sidesplitting performance last Monday night. Bamford is amply equipped to captivate an audience, and she did just that to a crowd of over 500 people in CEMEX Auditorium.
Last Tuesday, Strayed spoke to a full audience at Cemex Auditorium; despite the size, the intimacy she possesses as a writer and as a speaker drew everybody in.