Tag: campus

  • Cuisine off Campus: Stanford boba battle royale

    “Cuisine off Campus” reviews food near Stanford’s campus. We consider what matters to college students: How close is the restaurant? How expensive is the food? And, most importantly, how tasty is it? We hope to help you find your next favorite spot! As longtime boba enthusiasts, we know how many options there are around Palo…

  • The Haunted Space: Student installation encourages reflection and calls for more artistic spaces on campus

    When your roommate moves out, maybe you mourn a little at the silent ache that remains in the vacant space; perhaps you rejoice at the fact that you now have a single. Yonatan Laderman ’23 creates sculpture installations. The sculpture in question, titled “2: a monument,” opened for public viewing last Thursday. It is located…

  • Cuisine off Campus: Pasta party at Caffe Riace

    “Cuisine off Campus” reviews food near Stanford’s campus. We consider what matters to college students: How close is the restaurant? How expensive is the food? And, most importantly, how tasty is it? We hope to help you find your next favorite spot! “I’m gonna cry. The pasta. Yummy,” said one half of our reviewing team,…

  • Cuisine off Campus: Limp shrimp and bold brews at Killiney Kopitiam

    “Cuisine off Campus” reviews food near Stanford’s campus. We consider what matters to college students: how close is the restaurant? How expensive is the food? And, most importantly, how tasty is it? We hope to help you find your next favorite spot! A cute cafe-restaurant hybrid, with bright light shining through its windows, Killiney Kopitiam…

  • Stanford vs. Berkeley: Which campus has better public art?

    Among many aspects of Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley’s historic rivalry, none has stood the test of time better than that between the two school’s iconic public artworks. I will review well-known sculptures, statues and mosaics on the two campuses, presenting them in their glory. Battle of 19th-century figure sculptures: “The Football Players”…

  • ‘Bring them home’: Bay Area community rallies on campus for hostages’ return

    Dozens of students and Bay Area residents participated in a car parade on Saturday afternoon to call for the return of people taken hostage by Hamas. The parade occurs amid a reported rise of hate crimes targeting Jewish, Muslim and Arab students on campus tied to tensions over the Israel-Gaza war. Organized by both Stanford and non-Stanford community…

  • Democracy Day returns to campus for third consecutive year

    This Tuesday will mark Stanford’s third annual Democracy Day, a joint venture between the Haas Center for Public Service, Office of the President, Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) and Stanford in Government. The campus-wide holiday gives students the day off to vote in U.S. elections and attend events in an effort to increase civic…

  • Rising hate crimes reported on campus

    Students reported multiple hate crimes to the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) over the past weeks, amid rising tensions over the Israel-Gaza war. There are four active incidents on the University’s Protected Identity Harm (PIH) Reporting site. One hate crime was reported this Monday: a Jewish student’s religious symbol was taken from their…

  • Delta Sigma Theta celebrates 40 years on campus

    Over 140 past and present members of Stanford Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. celebrated the 40th anniversary of the sorority Sunday morning at Encina Hall over a brunch for Black women.  The event — which drew nearly 100 Black undergraduate women, including those unaffiliated with the sorority — featured speeches from prominent alumni, reminiscing about…

  • Saller, Martinez express concerns for safety and wellbeing on campus amid Israel-Gaza conflict

    The Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) is investigating “several incidents” on-campus related to the “violence in Israel and Gaza,” newly-inaugurated President Richard Saller and Provost Jenny Martinez wrote in a Thursday email to students.  The email did not specify which incidents the department is investigating. This email comes over a week after the…