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Nov. 14, 2022
We pride ourselves on intellectual vitality, and there’s more among the younger crowds, writes Sarayu Pai.
May 22, 2022
2022's Frost Festival headlined by Amine had performances exuding enough energy and personality to light up the campus, writes Sarayu Pai
Oct. 19, 2022
It’s important to know that every person has their own multifaceted and intricate path to finding a place and a community that conjures feelings of warmth, security, happiness 一 or, a place to call home, Sarayu Pai writes.
Oct. 10, 2022
Back in the spring, I wrote an article covering student testimonies of bizarre interactions with Stanford’s animal residents. In the following months, I connected with more members of Stanford’s community who had similarly peculiar tales to share, writes Sarayu Pai.
Jan. 23, 2023
Much to students’ amazement, animal encounters on campus have become as much of a Stanford quirk as CS106A enrollments — abundant and showing no signs of slowing down. After the previous two installments (see about intruding raccoons and spraying skunks) of this series, hearing more quirky stories warranted a third, writes Sarayu Pai.
Jan. 8, 2023
In October 2021, the Fountain Hopper - a community digest investigating stories through crowdsourced tips - took a hiatus from publishing content. A year later, they made their return.
Jan. 29, 2020
After making some expletive-laced and undeniably powerful signs (with messages like “f*ck the patriarchy” and “amb*tchous as f*ck”), we planned out our day.
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