Ricker Dining’s ‘Death by Chocolate’ is one of Stanford’s hidden gems.
I remember my alarm going off around 6 in the morning, every morning. I remember waking up before the sun touched the land, stumbling around my bedroom to get dressed, trying to remember what I needed for the day. I remember waking up to get to a test at 7am. ON A SATURDAY. That was high school.
At Stanford, a meal plan can get you 10-21 meals a week and, depending on which plan you choose, up to around $200 meal plan dollars. While the all-you-can-eat dining halls and eateries that take meal plan dollars are more than enough to get you through the quarter, ther are ao a bunch of other great eateries on campus if you’re looking to break the monotony.
From open-mic sessions to silent dance parties, Stanford offers a variety of ways to spend a typical night on the Farm.