Category: Seen on Campus

Tour of the central energy facility

Docents ready to lead new central energy facility tours

by on March 27, 2015 4:00 am
RON GAWER, director of energy operations, recently led a tour for members of the Office of Sustainability and Energy Management who are training to become docents for the new central energy facility. The office is a department within Land, Buildings and Real Estate. The new facility, debuting in April, is the most visible symbol of… Read more Docents ready to lead new central energy facility tours
Women's basketball

University Archives celebrates women's basketball

by on March 23, 2015 5:38 pm
The UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES is featuring a new, small exhibit in the Albert M. Bender Room that celebrates the 25th anniversary of Stanford women’s first NCAA basketball victory. The Bender Room is on the fifth floor of the Bing Wing of Green Library. In the meantime, the current women’s basketball team has advanced to the Sweet… Read more University Archives celebrates women's basketball
Andrus Peat will be among the Cardinal participating in Stanford's Pro Timing Day. (Photo: David Elkinson)

Stanford's Pro Timing Day draws NFL teams

by on March 18, 2015 5:40 pm
Fourteen former Cardinal student-athletes will display their talents before National Football League (NFL) representatives today as part of Stanford’s Pro Timing Day. The event will be broadcast live nationally by ESPN3. The coverage commences at 11:15 a.m. (PT). Participants hope to be drafted or signed as free agents in the NFL. Participants expected to participate… Read more Stanford's Pro Timing Day draws NFL teams
Fill the Fountain; Donate Your Gently Used Clothing; pants, shirts, shoes; coats, business apparrel and more

Help Stanford sophomores 'Fill the Fountain'

by on March 4, 2015 4:00 am
Stanford’s sophomore class leaders decided to forgo their traditional winter formal this year and instead engage their class in something more meaningful to students and the broader community. They came up with Fill the Fountain, a project centered at the Claw in White Plaza, where they are accepting gently worn clothing this week to benefit… Read more Help Stanford sophomores 'Fill the Fountain'
Women's Rowing

The spectacular scenery of Women's Rowing

by on March 2, 2015 5:08 pm
Stanford Athletics offers up some breathtaking pictures of winter training sessions for members of the Stanford WOMEN’S ROWING team. Check out all the photographs at this website. The team trains at Stanford’s Redwood Shores boathouse.
Steve Ringman and Craig Welch (Photo Credit: Steve Castillo)

Stanford prize spotlights Western environmental journalism

by on March 1, 2015 12:00 pm
Seattle Times reporter Craig Welch and photographer Steve Ringman traversed the Pacific Ocean – from Papua New Guinea’s coral reefs to Alaska’s king crab fisheries – to see how carbon emissions are changing the ground rules for ocean life. Their multimedia series “Sea Change: The Pacific’s Perilous Turn” earned them the 2014 Knight Risser Prize… Read more Stanford prize spotlights Western environmental journalism
Video still image of a woman sitting on a bench reading. The Stanford Treeree is in the background.

It's all about Stanford's commitment to sustainability

by on February 24, 2015 4:45 pm
Stanford is competing against 450-plus colleges and universities across the country currently participating in RecycleMania – an effort to encourage members of the campus community to waste less and recycle and compost more. Sustainable Stanford hopes students, staff and faculty will unite to reduce the university’s collective waste footprint. At the end of March, Stanford will report… Read more It's all about Stanford's commitment to sustainability
Issa Rae reading her book, "Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl"

Alumna Issa Rae brings her wit and wisdom back to Stanford

by on February 23, 2015 4:00 am
  When ISSA RAE was thinking about colleges, the then budding teenage cyber nerd who loved creating her own stories, thought a university in lower Manhattan well known for its school of the arts was the place for her. But after 9/11, her parents told her they wanted her closer to home.  After that, Rae,… Read more Alumna Issa Rae brings her wit and wisdom back to Stanford
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Academy Award nominee J. Christian Jensen sits down with Stanford Video

by on February 20, 2015 4:00 am
  Earlier this quarter, when J. CHRISTIAN JENSEN was in the campus video studio to conduct an interview with Al Jazeera, the staff in the studio decided to seize the opportunity to get their own footage of the rising star. Jensen, an alumnus and currently a lecturer in Stanford’s MFA Documentary Film and Video Program,… Read more Academy Award nominee J. Christian Jensen sits down with Stanford Video
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President Obama thanks hospitable drama faculty, students

by on February 18, 2015 4:08 pm
During his visit to Stanford last week, PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA borrowed the offices of members of the Theater & Performance Studies Department in Memorial Auditorium. Enterprising students left the president a few messages, including an invitation to their upcoming performance of Evita. The students wrote to the president on pink notes attached to their photographs… Read more President Obama thanks hospitable drama faculty, students