Anyone who has ever binged a Netflix show understands that it is truly a journey. Watching a show that, if aired on TV, would span weeks, months or even years, in a much more condensed time frame makes every event feel faster and more intense. It makes the emotional rollercoaster of a good show feel…
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) presented its annual Turing Award to former Stanford President John Hennessy in honor of his work designing efficient computer architectures that advanced the microprocessing industry.
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.
The Daily profiles three students who took time off from Stanford to pursue their professional and humanitarian goals.
Last summer, I replied to emails, attended acquisitions meetings, wrote promotional copy, edited webpages, distributed event fliers, read Kafka on my lunch break and generally tried to look as busy and unapproachable as possible. What exactly was I supposed to find meaningful about that?
Currently piloted for majors in the humanities and natural and social sciences, the program brings together existing resources at BEAM to guide students toward fulfilling careers.
There are two types of people in the world right now. The first type, when Rihanna’s single “Work” comes on, will cheer and excitedly mumble the chorus while occasionally yelling iterations of “I love this song!” and “Rihanna is flawless!” The other type, upon hearing the song yet again, will roll their eyes, complain about…
Have you ever felt like a plastic bag? Not even the one in “American Beauty?” Well you might suffer from physical displacement, or you might find your other plastic bag friends over at The Daily offices with Intermission in our bastion of cultural self medicationg. The following are indicators that the later is your diagnosis.