In college, you will be told all kinds of things from the well-intentioned people around you: life advice from your parents, polished mantras from university administrators, sage tips from your professors. Most of what you hear will drift through one ear and out the other… but every once in a while, something sticks to your brain like a bristled little foxtail seed. My collection of foxtail seeds have stuck with me throughout my time in school and changed the way I approach life, beyond college.
Happy Holidays from all of us in the Stanford Office of Undergraduate Admission and Financial Aid. Stanford University offices will be closed December 19, 2015 through January 3, 2016. All offices will reopen January 4, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. (Pacific time).
Stanford has sent acceptance letters to 745 high school students who sought admission to the Class of 2020 under the university’s Restrictive Early Action admission program, the Office of Undergraduate Admission announced today.
The Stanford Office of Undergraduate Admission will release decisions to Restrictive Early Action applicants on Friday, December 11 at 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. Decisions will be available on the Application Status Page starting at 4:00 p.m. Students were referred to this page in their application acknowledgement email.
In my last post I talked about what a typical weekday looks like for a student-athlete. Naturally, this begs the question: what about a typical weekend? Well, there really isn’t such a thing as a “typical” weekend, but here’s a sampling of the various flavors of weekends that I’ve experienced.
Karl Deisseroth has been awarded a $3 million Breakthrough Prize in life sciences for his pioneering work in optogenetics.