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Stanford Engineering Library Blog Library engineering, science, technology more
Stanford Democrats Student Group democrat, politics more
Stanford Colleges Against Cancer Student Group cac, cancer, student, white plaza

Colleges Against Cancer is a voluntary student organization dedicated to fighting cancer through awareness, advocacy, service, and research. There are lots of CAC chapters around the country, but ours is the BEST BEST BEST!!! At Stanford University, we carry out campaigns in all four of the American Cancer Society’s strategic directions: Mission Delivery, Survivorship, Advocacy, and Relay for Life.

… more importantly, we do it all and still have a kickin’ time ;)

Stanford Business School, Sloan Program, from the Zen Entrepreneur Individual Student engineering, entrepreneurship, gsb, management, MBA, MIT, Sloan, Sloan Fellow, Stanford Business School, startup, venture capital

Blog Chronicling the experiences of a new Sloan Fellow at the Stanford Business School. Written from the perspective of an experienced entrepreneur and MIT engineer who recently arrived at Stanford. Questions addressed include: What's it like to attend Business School at Stanford? What's a Sloan Fellow? And what do you learn in Business School anyways? Why would an entrepreneur want to study management?

Also includes general unusual entries about Zen and Entrepreneurship.

Stanford Admission Blog Administrative Group academics, admissions, athletics, diversity, news, student life

This is the official Office of Undergraduate Admission blog, where the voices of current undergraduate student bloggers, alumni bloggers, and staff bloggers are featured. Topics covered include: academics, student life, questions about the admission process, news stories from around campus, and athletics, just to name a few. We hope to give prospective students and their families a chance to see what life, both academically and socially, can be like on The Farm.

Staglevision Alumna/alumnus art, creative, director, documentary, entertainment, film, Hollywood, movies, Steven Tagle, writing

Official blog of writer / director / producer Steven Tagle.

Sri Lankan at the Stanford GSB Individual Student cricket, life in business school, sri lanka, stanford gsb

The blog of a Sri Lankan attending the Stanford GSB. This blog includes my thoughts on Business School, Sri Lanka, Technology and Cricket among other things.

Special Collections & University Archives Blog Library Exhibits, Manuscripts, Rare Books, Special Collections, University Archives

News about ongoing projects, new undertakings, newly processed collections; highlights of interesting accessions or discoveries of interest to our colleagues and researchers. Contributors to the blog will be members of the department -- regular and project staff, interns and students.

Sodium Girl Alumna/alumnus cooking, food, low salt, nutrition, recipes, reduced sodium

Mind-blowing low-sodium recipes and pretty pictures of food.

Social Science Data and Software (SSDS) Library atlas ti, census, nvivo, sas, spss, stata, statistics, survey

Social Science Data and Software (SSDS) is a group within the Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources (SULAIR) that provides services and support to Stanford faculty, staff and students in the acquisition of social science data and the selection and use of quantitative (statistical) and qualitative analysis software. SSDS staff provide these services in a variety of ways that include consulting, workshops and help documentation. We are located in the Social Sciences Resource Center (SSRC) on the first floor of the Green Library Bing Wing.

Smart Energy Show Individual Faculty energy, environment, podcast, research, science, video

Smart Energy: Technologies and ideas to power the world safely and efficiently.

How do we meet this rising demand without inflicting permanent damage to the fragile environment that supports our life on earth? What’s the latest science? What should governments do? What can individuals do? Smart Energy answers these questions through interviews with the Who’s Who in the energy world: the world’s leading scientists and engineers, investors and policy makers.

SL Creativity Individual Staff humanities, multidisciplinary, research, technology, virtual worlds

This blog takes on the metaverse from an interest that lies in the intersection between humans and technology. I document my own research in virtual worlds as well as events we host at the Stanford Humanities Lab.

Simply Recipes Alumna/alumnus cooking, culinary, food, recipes

A food blog, focused on home cooking using whole ingredients.

Simon Jackman's Blog Individual Faculty data, elections, graphs, politics, polling, research, statistics

Professor Simon Jackman from the Department of Political Science blogs on observations from the intersection of politics, statistics, computing and even a dash of graphic design. An expert on statistical methods and data analysis in the social sciences, Jackman routinely blogs on polls, sampling and electoral matters.

Silverkeys Writes Individual Student art, crafts, food, photography, writing

I blog first and foremost about my writing -- about being an English major, writing poetry, participating in campus arts events, and applying to grad school -- but my posts also serve as a showcase for my various creative projects in other areas...photography, recipes, bento lunches, papercraft, embroidery, drawing and painting, and a smattering of other assorted handicrafts.

Silver String Individual Student movie reviews, poetry, prose

My personal blog on MSN Space,in Chinese.

sicheng@stanford Individual Student a cappella, mendicants, music, Stanford life, travel

Just something simple to keep folks updated on what's going on with me. :)

Short Assignments Individual Student Carla Baku, fiction, Mid-life, poetry, Stanford

"One woman's mid-life adventure toward higher education and maintaining a sense of humor as gravity and chronology wreak havoc."

A completely subjective treatise on becoming a Stanford undergrad at 50, and watching a multitude of dreams come true.

Sexual Health Peer Resource Center Student Group advice, Breast Cancer, Condom, Contraception, health, information, news, Pregnancy, Relationships, Sex, Sexual Health, STD, STI, Testicular Cancer

The SHPRC is an informative office filled with information and products—everything you always wanted to know about sex. Our blog is a collection of articles relevant to sexual health that interest us, as well as general musings, updates on what's going on in the center, and notifications of events. Our new website also offers complete lists of what we carry in the center, an inventory of our library, and tons of sexual health information.

Seth Godin's Blog Alumna/alumnus business, leadership, marketing

Alumnus SETH GODIN is a bestselling author, entrepreneur and agent of change.

Scope Administrative Group biomedicine, health, medicine, policy, research, science

Scope aims to provide high-quality, timely conversations about biomedical research and health-care policy. Thirteen members of the medical school's communications staff, who together have more than 150 years of science-writing experience, will contribute to Scope.

Saket Vora > Notes from an Engineering Grad Student Individual Student electrical engineering, engineering, entrepreneurship, graduate student, silicon valley, sports, traveling

Experiences of a first year graduate student in electrical engineering, with strong interests in entrepreneurship, technology, traveling, social innovation, college sports, and West Coast observations. A North Carolina resident who graduated from NC State University in 2007 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.

rondest's blog Library East European, Eurasian, librarianship, libraries, library, library acquisitions, Slavic

Current topics in Slavic librarianship. Will also include some significant new Slavic, East European and Eurasian library resources at Stanford.

Rock Your Pocket Alumna/alumnus apps, business, entrepreneurship, innovation, mobile, technology, venture capital

The mobile space is going to explode in the coming months and Rock Your Pocket is going to follow it. In particular, mobile apps are going to become a very significant part of the phone just as fb apps became an defining aspect of the social network platform. I imagine there will be an even bigger frenzy over mobile apps than fb ones because they can reach a wider and broader audience and monetize (through advertising) more easily. And best of all, mobile apps in the long term will replace the native functionalities of phones that we get ripped off paying for every month.

Roaming Writer Alumna/alumnus career, cats, community, dogs, organizations, work

Dispatches of a Participant Observer: Social and Cultural Commentary, some serious, some fluffy. By alumna Barbara Saunders.


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