Now that the school year is over, there are 1,691 incoming Stanford undergraduates who, for the most part, are on summer break and eagerly awaiting the beginning of their Stanford careers. While I’m glad I thoroughly enjoyed that summer, there are a few things I wish I had done before coming to Stanford. These are just suggestions that I wish someone had told me…
A reader* asked me for an update on my day-to-day life at Stanford. It’s hard to describe such a thing because each day is different, but here’s an update of some of the events that I’ll be going to this week!
Hi everyone! In my latest post, I covered a few of the thoughts I had before going to Stanford—and detailed how I feel now that I’m here. This is the continuation of that post, based on some questions I received while talking about my previous post. Again, I’d like to underscore that these are my thoughts only—please don’t take them as a reflection of anyone else affiliated with Stanford.
As you may know, Stanford’s regular admission decisions have been released, which means that several hundred high school students are frantically thinking about where they want to go to school. In the hope of making their decision a little easier, this post will consist of three straightforward, super-honest statements about why I wanted to go to Stanford, how I feel about Stanford now, and whether that change in opinion is significant. So if you’re one of the lucky 2,138 students who was accepted to Stanford this year—read on!
In my lastpost, I covered how I’ve been entertained by the arts at Stanford. In this post, I’m going to talk about my main alternative method of entertainment: SPORTS!
Just kidding. Rather than being a time to relax, finals week (for most of us) is a time to frantically study and hope the god of partial credit* looks upon us with favor.