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Aperture A-Photo-a-day, photography

My Photoblog

Baby Hook 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.

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

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

Cynbiosis music, photography, poetry, quirks of daily life, science More
Ed Finn humanities, literature, media, research

Ed Finn is a grad student in the Stanford English program interested in contemporary literature and new media. His academic blog covers his work in progress, events at Stanford and other items of literary interest.

Ed Words computer science, engineering More
extraORDINARY moments extracurriculars, photography, photojournalism, student life

Photographic chronicles of life on the farm from the perspective of an undergrad student (who is also a former photojournalism intern at a Pulitzer-winning newspaper).

Grad Life Daily Life, photography, Random

My ramblings ranging from current affairs to personal thoughts, from photography to comic strips, you will find everything here.

Grad School Mommy children, current events, graduate school, marriage, sociology

diapers, breastfeeding, sleep-deprivation, cleaning, newborns, terrible-twos, marriage, grad school

Help Yourself entrepreneurship, improvement, innovation, inspiration, personal development, technology

Help Yourself is a blog about improvement: the key to success is continuous improvement. The blog is run by Jason Shen '08, and features quotes, pictures, links and ideas about how to improve and inspire ourselves.

I'm Just a Blog music, story, sun


International Health in Asia asia, china, health, international, international health, medicine, premed, service, travel, vietnam

My learnings from doing overseas medical volunteer work and field studies in Vietnam and China for the past four years as a undergraduate premedical student. Hope this will spark your interest to all the health needs I've encountered in this area.

Jensen @ Stanford cycling, science

Science, cycling, and Jeff Jensen's Stanford experience. Hear him.

La Petite Parisienne France, international, Paris, study abroad, travel

The observational journal of a Stanford junior studying abroad in Paris during Autumn 2008.

Leor Pantilat's Blog climbing, law, mountain, photography, running, weather

Leor Pantilat is a third year law student. He frequently posts about mountain climbing, running, exercise, and nutrition.

Life of a Nerd personal

This is just my personal blog full of my own observations, insights, and wild incoherent ramblings. Have fun.

Mohammed Saad Bhamla awesome, chemical engineering, cycling, grad student life, inspiration, motivation, observations, running, swimming, triathlon racing

I am Mohammed Saad Bhamla, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Before joining Stanford, i was at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, where i graduated in 2010, with a B.Tech in Chemical Engineering. This is a blog highlighting my experiences at Stanford.

Neotale-A New Journey philosophy, poetry, science, technology

A Blog by a student who has finished his bachelors in technology and is from India. He is interested in Nature as a whole, and also how art is confined to the realms of Science and Technology so elegantly.

His blog is mainly about simple poetry and the recent technological developments happening all around the world.

The world is going towards a change, and that is what he exactly tries to express through his blog.

Newtonian Dynamics biosciences, career, organizations, outreach

A resource for bioscience graduate students at Stanford University.

Over My Med Body! health, health policy, med school, medical school, medicine

Charting the path to becoming a doctor. Plus a bit of health policy and humor along the way.


Notice: Blog authors are solely responsible for the content of the blogs listed in the directory. Neither the content of these blogs, nor the links to other web sites, are screened, approved, reviewed or endorsed by Stanford University, the Stanford Alumni Association or any Stanford-affiliated entity (“Stanford”). The text and other material on these blogs are the opinion of the specific author and are not statements of advice, opinion, or information of Stanford.

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