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A Trail Runner's Blog Alumna/alumnus athletics, long distance running, marathons, physical journey, sports, trail running, triathlon racing, ultramarathons

Scott Dunlap's blog of trail running, ultrarunning, and triathlon racing in the USA. I enjoy the physical, emotional, and spiritual journey of outdoor events and the chance to meet cool people. This blog contains interviews, research, original fiction, new product ideas, and all things trail running.

A.J. in South Africa Alumna/alumnus A.J. Kumar, Africa, Peace Corps, South Africa

Chronicles of my Peace Corps experience as an education volunteer in rural South Africa. I left for Peace Corps less than a month after graduating from Stanford with a B.S. in Physics. Needless to say, a lot changed very quickly.

Adventures in Capitalism Alumna/alumnus angel, Chris Yeh, entrepreneurship, investor, management, philosophy, startup, technology, vc, venture capital

The primarily business-related writings of Chris Yeh, investor, entrepreneur, and writer.

Amr Awadallah Blog Alumna/alumnus more
Aperture Individual Student A-Photo-a-day, photography

My Photoblog

Arcade - A Digital Salon Academic Group arts, culture, humanities, literature, politics

Arcade is a place for readers and writers interested in literature, the humanities, and the world. We aim to publish a broad range of the most exciting research in the humanities, from the accessible to the esoteric, across languages, historical periods, and generations.

Art and About Alumna/alumnus artists, arts, children, creativity, dance, enjoyment, fulfillment, life, music, painting, photography, self discovery

Art and About encourages everyone to engage with the creative force in everyday life. By alumna Christina Engelbrecht.

Au courant Library French, Italian

News on the library front for scholars at Stanford working on French and Italian topics. Includes announcements of new books, periodicals, and electronic resources as well as events and reference issues.

Baby Hook Individual Student athletics, basketball, heller lab

This is a picture-heavy, personal blog that describes the places, sights and sounds of my life. I try to describe things that happen to me or that interest me.

Beau-Coup Wedding Blog Alumna/alumnus babies, e-commerce, favors, gifts, holidays, internet retail, weddings

Wedding planning, fashion, style, trends and tips by alumnus Ed Han.

Beauty by Ilana Alumna/alumnus beauty, business, entrepenuer

Journal of my love of beauty and writing. I'm a skin therapist/writer who is looking to change the world one perfectly arched eyebrow at a time. I'm working in the beauty industry, working on a young adult fantasy novel and loving both careers!

Being Saveful Blog Alumna/alumnus

Being Saveful Blog is a personal finance blog dedicated to providing detailed analyses on how to best manage your money.

Betsy Streeter's Blog Alumna/alumnus brainwaves cartoon, cartoonist, funny, humor, illustrator

Alumna Betsy Streeter is the creator of the single-panel comics "Brainwaves" and "The Mommy Track'd Funny Papers." She has published cartoons and humorous illustrations for many years. In her blog Betsy writes Big Thoughts About Little Drawings, where she talks about how many of her cartoons come into being.

Bill Katz Alumna/alumnus appengine, python, ruby, software, technology, web development, writing

Repository of notes from software development, cloud computing with Google App Engine, screenwriting, fiction writing, and some scientific research. By alumnus Bill Katz.

black-bellied dew-lover Individual Student biology, health, medicine, neuroscience, science

Shelby Martin comments on the latest news in health, neuroscience, and biology.

blog to end america's use of torture Student Group activism, amnesty, international, politics, torture more
Bob Sutton: The Working Life (HBS) Individual Faculty leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research more
Bob Sutton: Work Matters Individual Faculty business, leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research more
Books and Other Miscellany Alumna/alumnus books, bookstores, fiction, libraries, literature, non-fiction, personal, reading

Reviews of the books I read (including fiction and non-fiction in a variety of genres), thoughts on reading, books, libraries, and bookstores, and other miscellaneous ramblings.

Branner Blog Library earthsciences, environment

Earth Sciences News and Resources from Branner Library and Map Collections

Brick: Muse on News Alumna/alumnus American culture, Arkansas, politics, words

"Brick: Muse on News" comprises essays or columns, as they were called in the print era. I aim for satire, but alas most are contemplative, developed thoughts about American culture. By alumnus Ben Pollock.

Building a Better Legal Profession Student Group advocacy, diversity, gender, innovation, law

BBLP encourages law students at Stanford and other schools around the country to use their market power and support law firms making progress on issues important to the legal community. On any issue of concern -- billable hour reform, pro bono participation, gender equity, or diversity -- law students have a choice between firms that want the status quo and firms taking affirmative steps toward a better legal profession. BBLP highlights articles about these issues of concern and provides rankings of large law firms along these metrics in major legal markets.

ChinaRains Student Group academic, china, Rains houses, social science more
Chip Conley's Musings Alumna/alumnus hospitality, hotelier, hotels

Musings on life, hospitality industry, peak performance, finding your calling, and having fun by Joie de Vivre Hospitality's founder, author and alumnus Chip Conley.

Chop and Stir Alumna/alumnus cooking, cooks, family, food, recipes

Alex, Cheryl, and Mike are building Chop and Stir to share our favorite recipes and techniques with our food friends. We hope that these blog posts will inspire you to cook and eat together as a family at home, and invent recipes of your own. By alumnus Mike Shwe.


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