Posted by on Jun 5, 2014 in Student | 0 comments

Latin Class Field Trip to Special Collections!

Latin Class Field Trip to Special Collections!

As a Classics major concentrating in Latin, I (quite obviously) have to take Latin classes throughout the year. Today in Intermediate Latin, a course in which we’re translating Caesar and Vergil, we took a field trip to Green’s Special Collections—literally, a collection of special stuff. There’s the original script of Star Wars, the Gutenberg Bible Leaf, a bunch of rare maps, and pretty much anything you could think of…

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Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Student | 0 comments

Meet Another Student!

Meet Another Student!

One of the reasons I wanted to blog for undergraduate admissions was to help prospective students understand better what it means to be a student at Stanford. So, it is with great pleasure that I introduce another voice, that of Stanford student Blanca.

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Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Student | 1 comment

Evaluations Required

Evaluations Required

After exams, you have only one academic thing to worry about: your grades. Usually you know what your grade is, even though it depends on the 3-hour test or 10+page you wrote in the last week of school. But, before you can see your grades, you must fill out an evaluation for every teacher you had during the quarter: lecturers and teaching assistants, if you had a section.

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