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Adina Glickman
Nothing brilliant to say in class? Class discussions are a key part of learning. Hearing other people’s ideas, doing your own thinking out loud and hearing yourself say something, or listening to what other people have to say about it, is a big deal...Read more
Alana Garcia
Accepting applications for "Stanford, I Screwed Up!" 2017 "Stanford, I Screwed Up!" is a live performance in Meyer Green where students share personal narratives of failure and resilience through spoken word, comedy, video, dance, poetry, music...or...Read more
Vivian Lam
Welcome, one and all, to the dawn of a new era. The fact that this new era applies exclusively to you as an individual only makes it all the more revolutionary. You’ve unpacked your bags, said your goodbyes and made some hellos, and are ready to...Read more
Vivian Lam
End of quarter can be an intensely uncomfortable time. Since the advent of this ingenious institution of synchronized suffering called Finals Week, eye bags get heavier and smiles gain a tinge of deranged fatigue without fail. I mean, who knew that...Read more
Valerie Chang
Freshman year fall quarter I was a part of four different groups, taking a full course load, and still adjusting to college life. Needless to say, I became overwhelmed, and constantly felt I had too much on my plate. That quarter I had a total of...Read more
Debnil Sur
After a couple years on the Farm, my quarters have fallen into a familiar rhythm. The first few weeks are glorious: I see all my friends again, my classes are genuinely academically interesting, and I can even attend the talks, sporting events, and...Read more
Hannah Welch
I never gave Buddhism much thought until I was gifted a book called “You Are Here” by Thich Nhat Hahn, a famous Buddhist thinker, by a close friend. Buddhism is largely about learning to live in the present moment and emphasizes the power of the...Read more
Steven Rathje
The middle of the quarter can be a rough time. There are midterms to deal with, classes are more difficult, and the excitement of the beginning of the year wears off. What is the best way to deal with all of these mid-quarter stresses? Using...Read more
Adina Glickman
When the avalanche of schoolwork threatens to bury you, try this tool for getting your head clear and making a solid time management plan. It's worked for hundreds of Stanford students, it can work for you!Read more
Valerie Chang
By Guest Blogger Valerie Chang For many of us, one word has been buzzing in our minds during these past couple of weeks: With the hardest part still yet to come: finals, projects, and papers, summer is the light at the end of the tunnel. Thoughts of...Read more


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