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The World Through Mom-Colored Glasses Alumna/alumnus humor, kids, mommy blog, parenthood

A humorous look at just about anything through the eyes of a parent. By alumna Summer Batte.

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the unofficial stanford blog Student Group academics, art, business, campus life, humor, innovation, politics, technology

The Unofficial Stanford Blog is a student group devoted to the authentic expression of Stanford voices and perspectives. We are a community of students, faculty and staff passionate about blogging and dedicated to innovation in online content and distribution. We exist to make life on campus more engaging, transparent, and fun.

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The Stem Cell Individual Faculty ethics, law, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, science, stem cell

The science, ethics, business and politics of stem cell research.

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The Stanford Daily's Intermission "MishMash" Blog Student Group entertainment, features, Intermission, Stanford Daily

The Stanford Daily's Intermission staff writes for the web all the material that does not make Friday's insert.

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The Skinny Scoop Alumna/alumnus contest, mommy, moms, parenting, parents, polling, questions

This blog enables women to influence and make some of the trillions of dollars of decisions they make each year. We utilize a personal polling tool to do this. The blog captures my personal opinion on what is top of mind for women. The blog is funny and real and resonates in that it does not sugar coat things.

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The Second Antarctic Journeys Individual Student photography

Michael C. Chen's blog. Somewhat daily musings concealed in the form of a photo blog.

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The Purple Mango Post Alumna/alumnus authors, feminism, freelance, journalist, writers, writing

Photographs, dispatches and writing by freelance journalist and alumna Corinne Purtill.

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The Pressure Cooker Student Group alternative, indie, live, music, pop, rock, the pressure cooker

The Pressure Cooker is a music blog started by a group Stanford students, many of them KZSU DJs. We mainly cover indie rock, indie pop, and alternative music, but we don't limit ourselves to those genres. Our goal is to create a collaborative project to get ourselves and our fellow students more involved with modern, non-mainstream music.

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The Official LoveChild Reality Blog Individual Student business, entrepreneurship, facebook, games, gaming, internet, silicon valley, web app development

A blog on entrepreneurship, as seen from the kid's clubhouse. Follow 3 young Stanford entrepreneurs as they document the process of building a company out of a Facebook Application.

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The LSJUMB Blog Student Group awesome, band, fun, lsjumb, marching, music, noise, rock, stanford band

Blog of the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band.

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The Innovation Journalism Blog Academic Group communication, innovation, journalism, media, technology

Comments on the Development of the Concept and the Community of Innovation Journalism

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The Hostel Venture Capitalist Individual Student Africa, company, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, gsb, MBA, Stanford, startup, travel, vc, venture capital

The journey of Evan Reas, a current Stanford MBA student working at a newly founded Venture Capital firm in Africa, while living in a hostel. The blog details Evan's adventures in Africa, meeting new people, traveling, while working at a top Venture Capital firm, networking and working with the top investors and entrepreneurs on the continent.

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The Gourmet Project Alumna/alumnus cooking, food, recipes

By day: mathematician. By night: food blogger. I am cooking my way through the 1293 recipes in The Gourmet Cookbook, and blogging about it!

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The Gong Show Alumna/alumnus design, HCI, music, NYC, personal, technology, venturecapital

By alumnus Andrew Parker. I'm a self-proclaimed geek living in NYC. My interests include human-computer interaction, software design, entrepreneurship, VC, art, music, and old-school gaming. I am an analyst at Union Square Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on consumer-facing web services.

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The Duck Stops Here Administrative Group academic skills, note taking, procrastination, study skills, test taking, time management

Academic skills for Stanford students.

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The Dry Spot Alumna/alumnus humor, nashville, personal

Personal observations of a Nashvillager thrashing his way through his forties. By alumnus Chris Chamberlain.

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The Dish Administrative Group awards, books, news, on the move, people, Stanford Report

A blog for the broad campus community about people on the move and in the spotlight, on the Farm and across the globe.

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The Desire to Blog is No Sign of Anything to Say Individual Faculty SLAC

I am retired from, though still affiliated with, SLAC. The blog reflects my post-retirement interests both professionally and recreationally plus an occasional touch of philosophizing. It's intended, for both those who know me and those that don't, to add a more personal touch to the content given at http://www.bebowhite.com.

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The David Packard Life Academic Group busy, food, funny, international, life, returning student, weightloss

Life as a graduate student, who came back for graduate school from work, who can't cook, who can't drive, who can't get used to having a reduced social life, no money and a roommate - all over again!

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The Daily Axe Individual Student athletics, basketball, Cardinal, football, sports

DailyAxe.com provides Stanford sports fans with reliable, interesting, and constantly updated stories on athletics from the Farm. Our writers are Stanford students and devout Card fans, so every story burns with a college fan’s passion for sports. We wanted to put the most valuable Stanford sports news in one place with good writing and real opinions, and that’s what we try to do at DailyAxe.com.

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The Cranky Flier Alumna/alumnus airline, brett snyder, travel

A blog about the airline industry with a focus on customer-facing issues.

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the college puzzle Academic Group education, policy, research

Provides research and commentary on college preparation and college completion problems for broad access community colleges and four year institutions who accept all qualified students. Promotes better linkages between secondary schools and postsecondary education for underprepared students. Based in part on Stanford's Bridge project research funded by Pew and Us Department of Education-see http://bridgeproject.stanford.edu

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The Claw Magazine Student Group doomed love for humanities and arts, humor, investigating reporting, self-deprecating elitism

Stanford's premiere undergraduate magazine of arts and letters. A wanna-be bastard child of "The New Yorker" and "Believer."

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The Center for Internet and Society Academic Group copyright, fairuse, freespeech, intellectualproperty, internet, law, privacy, research

In the heart of the Silicon Valley, legal doctrine is emerging that will determine the course of civil rights and technological innovation for decades to come. The Center for Internet and Society (CIS), housed at Stanford Law School and a part of the Law, Science and Technology Program, is at the apex of this evolving area of law.

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The Book Haven Individual Staff book reviews, books

Cynthia Haven's blog for the written word, covering Stanford authors.

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