Campus Life

Picturing Valentine’s Day

Artwork and objects that evoke the rituals and romance of Valentine's Day are on view in the Stanford museums, on the campus grounds and in the library – from candy to kissing and dining to dancing.

Batman trades in his cape for college

For five years, David Mazouz played a young Bruce Wayne on the network television series Gotham. Now a Stanford frosh, he reflects on the show, filming fight scenes and explains why performing in this year’s Gaieties was unlike any acting experience he’s ever had.

Stanford focuses on mental health during two-day campus conference

Members of the Stanford community focused on issues of mental health and well-being at a two-day event that featured campus experts leading more than 20 sessions on a wide range of topics of concern, from depression to caregiving to substance abuse.

Stanford adds three student support specialists

Stanford recently added to its student affairs staff three student support specialists, including two recent alums, whose work will focus on helping students manage stress, life transitions, interpersonal concerns and more.

Students from Iowa will caucus at Stanford

Stanford students from Iowa have organized the first satellite Democratic caucus site at the university. On Monday, they will be among the first Americans to vote in the 2020 presidential primary season.

5 lessons from Stanford’s ‘PhD Momma’

Stanford doctoral student Fatimah Al-Ismail writes about life as a Stanford student-parent for her blog “PhD Momma.” With the new year underway, she shares five lessons to maintain a healthy balance between school and family.