Hi everyone! Have a seat around the metaphorical fire as we talk about our latest Stanford-related topic. And what is that, you may ask? Why, it’s student government, of course! Like so many other things at Stanford, there are many ways to get involved in student government from a number of different angles. Most of […]Read more "Stanford and Student Government – Get Involved!"
Hi 2021s, All six of us Orientation Coordinators are enjoying getting to know you and answering your questions. As students who were once in your shoes, we relate both to your excitement and to your anxiousness. We wanted you to know that we hear you and appreciate your honest discussions surrounding mental health and wellness. […]Read more "Mental Health and Wellness Resources at Stanford"
Today’s blog post is about saving money at school! It’s an awesome resource with some solid options for how to keep your spending down while at Stanford. It covers a wide variety of ways to save money, but it is not at all an exhaustive list. Matt Wojtaszek, student advisory board member of Stanford’s Mind […]Read more "Saving Money at Stanford"
Hey everyone! We’re back with another video, this time touching on some of the fun fitness and recreation options at Stanford. Don’t worry, there are plenty of choices for a wide variety of preferences. First and foremost, there are two recreation centers: the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation and the Arrillaga Outdoor Education and […]Read more "Fitness and Recreation at Stanford!"
Hi all! Curious about what a day in the life of a Stanford student looks like? Well, one of our very own gave us the opportunity to share just that. We’re attaching a video created by Mitchell So, a member of the class of 2020. He recorded a one-second video every single day of his […]Read more "1 second – every day || a day in the life"
Hey young trees, As you may have noticed in our “Meet the OCs” video, we introduce ourselves by including which pronouns we prefer to use. This may seem strange to you (like it did to me), as many areas of the country and world do not practice this form of introduction. We do this because […]Read more "Introductions Using Pronouns"