Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Featured, Student | 0 comments

Watching Movies at Stanford

Watching Movies at Stanford

I like watching movies, and I’ve found that there are a lot of options at Stanford for seeing movies both old and new. I’ll cover the on-campus options first. Green Library has what they call the “media and micro text” section, which to me means movies and video games, but they also have other research materials covering basically anything that isn’t a book or magazine.

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Posted by on Mar 28, 2014 in Student | 0 comments

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.

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Posted by on Mar 28, 2014 in Student | 0 comments

Off the Farm

Off the Farm

Let me start off this blog by saying Stanford obviously has a very gorgeous campus. Throughout the past four years, I have had the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful palm trees, the amazing architecture, and the rolling hills that pervade throughout this campus. However, that being said, sometimes it is nice to experience life off the farm.

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Posted by on Mar 9, 2014 in Featured, Student | 1 comment

Rainy Day at Stanford

Rainy Day at Stanford

Contrary to popular belief, Stanford is not eternally sunny and warm, though I think many students wish it were. Today is the stormiest day we’ve had all year, in my completely subjective opinion. The wind was trying to steal my umbrella all day, and almost succeeded. I’ve experienced many rainy days at Stanford, and while it is never very fun to sit in class while soaking wet, I have a few tips that might help you avoid the rain on your way to class.

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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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