Author: arsitektur

  • Live, laugh, Laufey at the sold-out ‘Bewitched Tour’

    Nothing says autumn to me like pumpkin spice and soft jazz music. On Sunday, Icelandic-Chinese singer-songwriter Laufey brought cozy tunes to The Fillmore in San Francisco, adding magic to the Bay’s foggy air. I was lucky to attend the first night of her sold-out, six-month tour featuring her album “Bewitched,” released on Sept. 8. Young crowds of fans…

  • Students express anger and fear as Israel-Gaza conflict escalates

    Jewish and Palestinian students on campus mourned losses, anxiously awaited news from loved ones and braced for disputes on campus as the conflict between Hamas and Israel escalates. Palestinian militant group Hamas led a surprise assault on Israel Saturday — the largest attack on Israeli territory since the 1973 Arab-Israeli War. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin…

  • Cantor celebrates new surrealist collection

    Stanford puts on many spectacular events celebrating the artistic spirit of an otherwise STEM-centric campus, but none are quite as entertaining as Party on the Edge.  This annual showcase ties in student performances and interactive arts activities to a new exhibit at the Cantor Arts Center or Anderson Collection. This year’s event focused on the…

  • Community members mourn lives lost in Israel

    Over 300 students, staff, faculty and community members gathered at Meyer Green Sunday evening to honor the lives lost in Israel this weekend, during a candlelight vigil held by Stanford Israel Association (SIA) and Hillel. “I became immediately very frightened,” said SIA co-president Andrei Mandelshtam ’25, who stayed awake until the early morning hours after…

  • Cardinal crush Utah and Colorado to remain undefeated

    No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer (12-0-1, 5-0-0 Pac-12) brought home all six points from their road trip, coming back against No. 25 Colorado (10-3-1, 2-2-1 Pac-12) and Utah (5-4-5, 1-2-2 Pac-12) to keep their outstanding undefeated season alive. In their game against the Buffaloes on Thursday, the Cardinal went down early, conceding a grass-cutting shot…

  • Titan of Topeka: NiJaree Canady rises through the ranks

    “Hold on, can you give me five minutes? I’m signing balls.” During a Topeka summer, sophomore pitcher NiJaree Canady was at her aunt’s house, hosting an impromptu motivational session for her cousin’s 14U baseball team. She had agreed to an interview 30 minutes prior, but had gotten held up by teenagers eager to receive wisdom…

  • Cardinal soar over Huskies and Cougars

    No. 3 Stanford women’s volleyball (13-2, 6-0 Pac-12) continued its incredible season with a 3-1 win against the University of Washington (11-6, 2-4 Pac-12) and a 3-1 victory over No. 4 Washington State (15-2, 5-1 Pac-12). With strong showing in back-to-back games against top competitors, Stanford closed the weekend with a seven-game winning streak. The…

  • Feather report: Researchers develop link between birds and dinosaurs

    SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory researchers revealed the living biology of dinosaur feathers in a recent paper published in Nature Ecology & Evolution on Sept. 21. “We found that ancient dinosaur feathers like those in 125-million-year-old dinosaur Sinornithosaurus are much more similar in chemistry to the feathers of modern birds than we previously thought,” said Tiffany…

  • UGS debates language on legacy admissions

    The Undergraduate Senate (UGS) reviewed proposed changes to a resolution on the future of affirmative action at its Wednesday meeting. The Senate introduced the resolution as a joint resolution with the Graduate Student Council (GSC) at its Sept. 27 meeting. The resolution affirmed the importance of maintaining a diverse student body and recommended new policies…

  • Stanford Film Study: Pin and Pull

    Only five games into the Troy Taylor era, it is evident to Stanford football fans that the offense was completely remodeled. The designed quarterback run is now a greater part of Stanford’s offense than anytime before in the last 15 years.  This edition of Stanford Film Study will review one of Taylor’s most used run…