The SF Playhouse’s world premiere of Walt McGough’s “Non-Player Character” is by no means a perfect play, but it is an intriguing one at the least. All of the Playhouse’s productions I’ve seen are in the group’s in-house theater, a cozy (yet deceivingly large) two-level theater tucked up right next to Union Square. The Playhouse…
Rachel Fong ’21 spends her weekdays as a computer science student and her weekends working from home as a YouTuber on the channel Kawaii Sweet World, which translated from Japanese means “Cute Sweet World.” Fong started her channel in 2011, and continues to upload crafting and baking tutorials to this day. As of this article’s release, the channel has more than 1.1 million subscribers. In September, Fong secured a cookbook deal with Clarkson Potter, a subsidiary of Crown Publishing, which also publishes the cookbooks of celebrity chef Bobby Flay and television personality Martha Stewart. The Daily spoke with Fong about Kawaii Sweet World and her future career plans.
What’s the hardest major at Stanford? What are CS majors really like? The Grind’s Maximiliana Bogan interviews Stanford students from different majors to find out what some common stereotypes are. Thank you to all participants who appear in this video. Music: Youtube–Best Music Compilation Contact Maximiliana Bogan at ebogan ‘at’ stanford.edu.
ClassDojo and Stanford University’s Project for Education Research That Scales (PERTS) have created a teaching toolkit to incorporate the “growth mindset” into elementary and middle school classrooms.
The style of dance is distinctive. The beat is unbeatable. The addictiveness is abnormal. That’s right, I’m talking about the most addictive music video that came out this summer: “Gangnam Style” by PSY.
There’s one concept that nearly defies definition, one class of stereotypical discourse that can only be denoted by one word.