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Stanford Athletics —

The Farm report

Track and field’s outdoor season opens, divers punch their ticket to Athens, and men’s tennis opens Pac-12 play with a pair of shutouts. Catch up on the latest athletics news.

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STANFORD magazine —

Guitar hero

Sophomore computer science and music major Tamish Pulappadi talks tinkering, classic rock, and lemon car racing with STANFORD magazine.

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Ethan Josh Lee on eating chili with Wes Anderson

Ethan Josh Lee opens up about working on “Asteroid City,” a project shrouded in secrecy when it filmed his junior year.

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Stanford News —

Students craft silver pendants in the Product Realization Lab

In a workshop at the Product Realization Lab, students from a variety of disciplines used computer-aided design, 3D printing, and a lost-wax casting process to create unique silver pendants.

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Meet Tina Wong, ’23

The veteran and transfer student from San Jose, California, graduates this weekend with a degree in economics. She plans to pursue a career supporting clean energy initiatives in the nonprofit or public sector.

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Meet Nadia Hemmat, ’23

Nadia Hemmat, a transfer student from San Mateo, California, graduates in June with a bachelor’s degree in human biology. Motivated by her experience as a female athlete and her own family’s generational transformation, she will pursue a career in global health with a focus on women’s well-being.

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Meet Sean and Caitlin Casey, ’23

The twins grew up outside South Bend, Indiana, older siblings to another twin pair. They graduate in June with bachelor's degrees in economics and public policy, respectively, and are pursuing coterminal master’s degrees in management science and engineering.

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Meet Ecy King, ’23

Ecy King, a senior class president and Major Grant recipient, graduates in June with a bachelor’s degree in symbolic systems. Her educational comic book Bit by Bit will be printed by Stanford University Press for use by future students.

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Meet Grayson Armour, ’23

The former Stanford Tree grew up on a dairy farm in Illinois, where nightly views of the Milky Way inspired his fascination with distant horizons. He graduates in June with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace computational engineering and a master’s degree in aeronautics and astronautics.

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FestiFall showcases student clubs and organizations

Students representing a wide range of interests filled White Plaza for this annual event showcasing clubs and organizations.

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