Airplane Reflections

Airplane Reflections

As I look back on the last ten weeks, I see that I’ve actually learned a lot both in and out of class. One of the lessons I’ve taken away has to do with my major choice. Specifically:

My major choice is looking unclear, and this is OK.

Classes You Don’t Want to Take

Classes You Don’t Want to Take

I’ve written about choosing fun classes before, but sometimes it just isn’t possible to only take classes you’re super excited about. Throughout my Stanford career, I’ve had to take classes that don’t exactly line up with my interests or my academic strengths in order to fulfill requirements.

Stanford Arts 2014

That typewriter at 0:53 tho…it’s either hipster, vintage, or makes me feel old because I learned how to type “the brown fox leaps over the log” on one of those...

#MadeAtStanford: Busy Days

A typical routine for Nick Hoversten, ’14, a double major in history and studio art, involves painting, sculpting, woodworking, photography, surfing and practice and competition for Stanford Men’s Water Polo.

A Culture of Collaboration: Classmates Who Care

A Culture of Collaboration: Classmates Who Care

When I first heard that some classes at Stanford are graded on a curve, I imagined cutthroat competition, peers who hoped for others to struggle so they could gain an advantage. Turns out the dystopian planet I feared was the complete opposite of reality; the Stanford world has continued to amaze me with the culture of peer support and collaboration that flourishes here.

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