Tag: summer

  • A summer day in De Young, under the influence of Kehinde Wiley’s paintings

    This summer, while I was living in the Bay Area, I visited a few of the art museums of San Francisco. I hadn’t really spent a lot of time in San Francisco before this summer, but the city and its elegant fog, visible through its hilly streets and the dark blue of the bay, grew…

  • Over the CREST: Students conduct summer cancer research

    Students conducted research on early cancer detection at the Canary Cancer Research Education Summer Training (CREST) program this summer, working under faculty mentors for 10 weeks. Canary CREST, which is funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), offers a unique research experience for a select group of undergraduate students each year. Students from both Stanford…

  • ‘Nonanswers’: What are you doing this summer?

    Inspired by the questions we ask in daily conversation but never find a happy conclusion for, Nonanswers explores the feelings, confusions and tribulations of Stanford students. Every essay in this column will be centered around a timely question, and will be structured around personal experiences, conversations and stories from my time on campus. Feel free…

  • ‘A Summer Abroad’: The time I met a famous dog

    Erin Choi’s column “A Summer Abroad” pieces together recollections from her pilgrimage back to Korea. Korean heat is the kind of heat that makes you feel like you’re being steamed. Sweat doesn’t evaporate. Everything bogs down, slow and soggy, and in the absence of air conditioning, I was basically debilitated. Summer afternoons at my grandmother’s…