Posted by on Mar 17, 2014 in Student | 0 comments

Transfer Housing: The Kimball Life

Transfer Housing: The Kimball Life

As a transfer student at Stanford University, my living situation varies slightly from the freshmen students. While freshmen are typically placed in an all-freshmen dorm for their first year, where I get to live depends primarily on my age: transfer students ages 24 and older are usually placed in graduate housing, while the rest of us are placed in Kimball Hall. Today, I would like to tell you a little bit more about this wonderful place called Kimball–a place I find synonymous with home.

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Posted by on Mar 9, 2014 in Featured, Student | 0 comments

Meet the Freshmen!

Meet the Freshmen!

Featured in this post are some of the most amazing people that I know – freshmen from my dorm! I asked them some questions about their first two quarters at Stanford, and I hope that this gives you a glimpse of the amazing diversity of interests and abundance of activities here at Stanford!

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Posted by on Mar 1, 2014 in Student | 0 comments

How Stanford Made Me Appreciate Art More

How Stanford Made Me Appreciate Art More

I talk about Stanford quite a lot—I really like being here!—and since I’m a computer science major, that means I mainly talk about computer-related stuff. For example, I suspect that all my friends have heard of Stanford’s highly respected Computer Science department by now. But lately I find myself talking less about computers and more about art—and I’m pretty sure I know why.

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Posted by on Feb 23, 2014 in Blog | 2 comments

My Tuesday

My Tuesday

As a tour guide, I get a lot of questions from prospective students who want to know more about Stanford. And, many kids ask me how much homework I really do and what time I really wake up at. So, to satisfy any curiosity about my life as a Stanford student and to indulge my narcissistic tendencies, here is an outline of February 11, 2014, as I experienced it.

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