Cultural Events and Clubs at Stanford

Cultural Events and Clubs at Stanford

While at Stanford, I’ve had a lot of opportunity to learn about the history, customs, and art of other cultures, and much of that learning has taken place outside of class. There are all sorts of groups and clubs on campus that celebrate and promote different cultures.

New Friends From Japan!

New Friends From Japan!

Every year, the Stanford Japan Exchange Club brings a handful of students from Japan to visit Stanford for thirty days. The club pairs the Japanese students with Stanford students who host them for 10 days each, so that each Japanese student gets to stay with three Stanford hosts during their time here.

A World Of Opportunity

A World Of Opportunity

I don’t know about you, but 8,180 acres sounds pretty big to me. And in fact, although I’m no longer new to our expansive campus, I still discover great new places to study and buildings I’ve never heard of surprisingly often…thank goodness for our online campus map! But if you agree that 8,180 is rather large, then how about 36,794,240,000? I learned firsthand that Stanford literally covers the acreage of the earth when I studied abroad in Paris this past autumn.

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