During the summer a variety of students, including high schoolers and undergraduates at other schools, come to Stanford to take classes and experience the campus.
In ARTHIST 158S: “From Iconography to Instagram,” students learn how art and history have progressed together, as well as how to analyze and interpret an image. Taught by Michael Metzger, a Ph.D. candidate in Art and Art History, the class explores various icons and art movements from the 16th century to the present day, with a strong emphasis on student involvement.
Students responded positively to the summer 2013 reversal of the hard alcohol ban implemented in summer 2012.
Enrollment in CS106A’s summer offering has reached a record high this year with 263 enrolled students, according to Summer Session administrators.
Despite administrators’ claims that the new policy will lead to a safer environment for students to live in, there is fear the policy is doing the exact opposite.
Assistant Dean of Stanford Summer Session Jess Matthews warned students that the storage or consumption of hard liquor would not be tolerated in dorms during the summer.