Campus Life

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Stanford welcomes the Class of 2025

Students and staff greet incoming frosh from the Class of 2025 as they move into their residence halls. President Marc Tessier-Lavigne joins the students for a class photo at Frost Amphitheater.

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Capturing the 131st New Student Orientation and Opening Convocation

Stanford welcomed the largest incoming undergraduate class in its history – 2,131 first-year and 66 transfer students – and their families, friends and loved ones Tuesday during the 131st Opening Convocation Ceremony. The event, which inaugurates the academic year and marks the first day of New Student Orientation, was held at Frost Amphitheater.

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At Convocation, new students urged to purposefully engage

In a ceremony that marks the beginning of the academic year, Stanford welcomed the newest and largest cohort of young scholars – 2,131 first-year students and 66 transfer students – and their families and friends to the university.

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Stanford welcomes international community in new video

Stanford’s Office of Community Engagement created a new video to help welcome international scholars and students to the university. According to pre-pandemic numbers, around 5,000 students from more than 100 countries and nearly 2,000 scholars from more than 85 countries are part of the Stanford community.

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Late summer on the Farm

While most of the campus remains quiet, life is slowly beginning to return to normal as summer draws to an end. Stanford University photographer Andrew Brodhead captures the calm before fall quarter.

How to recharge: tips from a Stanford wellness coach

The first step to regaining your energy is understanding what relaxation is and why you need it, says Jordana Harshman, wellness manager and certified wellness coach at Stanford Children’s Health.