You have some choices when it comes to where you want to live during your time at Stanford. The basic options are to live in the dorms, on the row, or in more apartment-style living spaces like Mirrielees or Oak Creek.
Zack Bonzell came to Stanford with a strong interest in human biology and political science. Last summer, the undergraduate had the chance to fuse his interests while doing field research with faculty at the university’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI).
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.
Three Stanford alumni, including a current doctoral candidate at Stanford, have been awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships for graduate studies at the University of Cambridge in England.
Some of the best things about being at Stanford include: fellow classmates, the Bing Overseas Study Abroad Program, and food!
Sushi and Karaoke….this is Stanford? This past year, I spent 6 months in Japan and, basically, I’m obsessed with Japan. I’m obsessed with the Bing Overseas Study Program, the Center for East Asian Studies, and, mostly, Stanford….