The Stanford Daily sat down with three members of Stanford staff — Sarah Ogilvie, Raymond Kania and Elaine Treharne — to discuss their current and future reading preferences. Ogilvie is a social science research fellow in the department of linguistics and the director of the digital humanities minor. Kania is a former postdoctoral teaching fellow and…
In recent years, Soundcloud has become one of the foremost music streaming sites, launching new and emerging artists at a rate unmatched by other hosts. From this crowd of talent, music critic Tess Michaelson chose her picks for the best of 2015. 5. Joomanji — Touched the Ground With no shortage of Latin flair, drums and a…
A testament to the burgeoning arts scene at Stanford, the Anderson Collection is home to 121 paintings and sculptures created by some of the most prominent American modern and contemporary artists — several of them hailing from the Bay Area. Below are five of the most striking pieces on display at the Anderson Collection.
Now, with classes back in session and papers, p-sets and exams on our horizon, Intermission takes a look back at the best summer flicks of 2011.
Intermission’s done its best to piece together five signs that you might be wanted by the Stanford Police.
Gaga’s been racking up quite a bit of hyphenates lately from singer-Star Wars nerd to songwriter-hat intern. Intermission’s here to chart our favorite Gaga side jobs.
If your brain’s burnt out and you’re in dire need of some mindless entertainment, check out Intermission’s list of so-bad-they’re-good movies.
With Mother’s Day this Sunday, Intermission decided it was a good time to scroll through our iPods and dig up our favorite mom-related songs.